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HOL_Beagle
20-05-2017, 06:39 AM
It seems David Luiz has forked out some small change of security bracelets for his team mates: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2017/05/19/david-luiz-buys-supercar-keys-worth-1million-chelsea-team-mates/

Irrespective of the obvious ostentatiousness of the bracelet and the fact I drive a clapped-out Nissan, but nothing would induce me to wear one of the hideous things.

http://senturionkey.com/gallery-photos.php

Apparently Kante drives a mini so is the one player for whom the Senturion keys doesn't work. Lucky bloke. He can put his straight in the bin.

cpfc4evandeva
20-05-2017, 06:51 AM
‘the ultimate status symbol for supercar owners’

I hope that all these bracelets massively malfunction, blow up, and cause the wearers to lose a hand.

Coastal Palace
20-05-2017, 06:52 AM
All that money and they've spelt it wrong.

fang
20-05-2017, 06:59 AM
‘the ultimate status symbol for supercar owners’

I hope that all these bracelets massively malfunction, blow up, and cause the wearers to lose a hand.
:supergrin:

Yoda
20-05-2017, 07:00 AM
That's just ghastly, on so many levels.

From the headline I was initially thinking it was nice of him to give gifts, but now I've seen what unnecessary guff they are, it's a bit stomach turning really.

Comes across as so rich that he's found a gadget no one really needs to throw his money at. I'd be embarrassed to wear such a thing, it looks more like a security tracking device...which would actually be more useful.

BillyTKid
20-05-2017, 07:24 AM
He didn't really. It's clearly an advert for that product, he will be getting paid by that company.

Wolfnipplechips
20-05-2017, 07:28 AM
He didn't really. It's clearly an advert for that product, he will be getting paid by that company.

^^

Jordan's Jacket
20-05-2017, 07:36 AM
Footballer in acting like a pikey with money shocker

art malice
20-05-2017, 07:49 AM
'Thanks Bob.'

Straight in the bin

Olympian2
20-05-2017, 07:53 AM
'Thanks Bob.'

Straight in the bin

You must spread, etc. etc.

redeagle
20-05-2017, 07:56 AM
Fake News. Just a glorified ad.

Nigelbrag
20-05-2017, 07:56 AM
What it shows is the unbelievable wealth premiership footballers can call on, and the vulgar way in which they flaunt it.
So much talk about "fat cats" and the salaries they earn, yet compare that to the modern barely educated premiership player's salary they "earn" who even with their very average football talent produced as we see so often, makes it even more galling.
Surely the money pumped in by TV companies should be better used, like ensuring better support for grass roots football, Clubs Youth setup's developed better, also most importantly giving fans a better deal by making football cheaper to watch, and improve basic stadium facilities afterall this is 2017.

Baffled Bob 2
20-05-2017, 08:20 AM
I hope that all these bracelets massively malfunction, blow up, and cause the wearers to lose a hand.:D:D:lux:

sydney eagle
20-05-2017, 08:23 AM
It's like that episode of friends when Joey bought chandler something similar :D

Heb 7:4
20-05-2017, 08:35 AM
The only person who comes out of that looking good is Kante.

Baffled Bob 2
20-05-2017, 08:43 AM
The only person who comes out of that looking good is Kante.

Yes. Despite all his accolades, he seems quite charming and modest. How he fits in with that gang of vulgar nobodies is beyond me.

Malarkey
20-05-2017, 08:51 AM
I love Kante...a Mini, what a legend :D

Yoda
20-05-2017, 09:04 AM
What it shows is the unbelievable wealth premiership footballers can call on, and the vulgar way in which they flaunt it.
So much talk about "fat cats" and the salaries they earn, yet compare that to the modern barely educated premiership player's salary they "earn" who even with their very average football talent produced as we see so often, makes it even more galling.
Surely the money pumped in by TV companies should be better used, like ensuring better support for grass roots football, Clubs Youth setup's developed better, also most importantly giving fans a better deal by making football cheaper to watch, and improve basic stadium facilities afterall this is 2017.

Thing is, many fans are just as responsible, because they want money spent on the best players for their club.

For example, some of us Palace fans would like to see stadium improvements or even the new stand(s). Money would need to be ring-fenced for this. When we mention it on the BBS threads, many disagree and want to sign the Prem stars instead.

They write stuff like 'we can spend on the stadium when we're safe in the Prem', but that's always going to be borderline for a club like Palace.

If we took a vote on buying Sakho or greatly improving the academy, I wonder which would win?

Adlerhorst
20-05-2017, 09:07 AM
With £30m spent on the academy it would be a shit hot academy.

Academies should pay for themselves, but the issue is a good one will cost many coins and we keep finding ourselves having to spunk oodles of cash in Jan as we're in a relegation battle. That money has to come from somewhere.

Baffled Bob 2
20-05-2017, 09:09 AM
Besides which, I have a seven year old Nissan Note. It came with a "key" that allows you to open the door remotely. I don't remember it costing £38k...

Adlerhorst
20-05-2017, 09:15 AM
I have an app on my phone which allows me to drive my car remotely. It cost £79.

Martin H
20-05-2017, 09:19 AM
I love Kante...a Mini, what a legend :D

He is 'only very, very small' :)

When he was at Leicester didn't he turn down his first club car, asking why did he need it - because he used to run to training and back - 4 or 5 miles each way?

Could be a myth but it was something like that.

orp pisshead1
20-05-2017, 09:40 AM
It seems David Luiz has forked out some small change of security bracelets for his team mates: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2017/05/19/david-luiz-buys-supercar-keys-worth-1million-chelsea-team-mates/

Irrespective of the obvious ostentatiousness of the bracelet and the fact I drive a clapped-out Nissan, but nothing would induce me to wear one of the hideous things.

http://senturionkey.com/gallery-photos.php

Apparently Kante drives a mini so is the one player for whom the Senturion keys doesn't work. Lucky bloke. He can put his straight in the bin.

What a :jerkit: he could've donated that to either charity here or back in Brazil .

orp pisshead1
20-05-2017, 09:42 AM
Fake News. Just a glorified ad.

Who cares it's a chance to slag off Chelsea

Coastal Palace
20-05-2017, 11:23 AM
I love Kante...a Mini, what a legend :D

But it's made of solid gold though.

Stavros 69
20-05-2017, 12:23 PM
http://cdn.playbuzz.com/cdn/255de498-34d0-41f4-abaa-cc223756c672/ce88aa64-b0d9-4144-bb40-3b8bbe5d9d79.jpg

KYLIE MINEAGLE
20-05-2017, 01:18 PM
Repped.

Malarkey
20-05-2017, 03:40 PM
because he used to run to training and back - 4 or 5 miles each way?


sounds like something he would do

bradpitt
20-05-2017, 07:12 PM
Does Remy get one?

Palace121
20-05-2017, 08:04 PM
He wouldn't have bought them. He might (just might) have funded a small part of the cost but they would have been got by someone else on his behalf.

what annoys me most about the article is where it states Kante is the butt of jokes because he drives a Mini. Just goes to show what arrogant twats footballers are.

Heb 7:4
20-05-2017, 09:17 PM
I have an app on my phone which allows me to drive my car remotely. It cost £79.

You can drive your car remotely? This sounds a) like James Bond in that one with the mental media mogul b) illegal

Big Gav
20-05-2017, 09:23 PM
Does Remy get one?

No he might trip over it and injure himself

passion4palace
20-05-2017, 09:34 PM
He'd have got a much better price at Timpsons.