Iíve really no problem with it. You want the top people working for your industry you pay the going rate and any bonuses or gifts are of similar magnitude
Heís done an unbelievable job for these clubs. If they want to give him a bonus in return he probably deserves it
People seem to have a problem with successful people being rewarded because they donít need it. As for grass roots football. Why is it 1 or the other. If anything his success should mean itís easy to both reward him and invest in grass roots
It's not about successful people being rewarded, more the general issue of those rewards (the going rate) being inflated to a ridiculous magnitude compared to the average worker in the same field.
In this case, it's not so astronomical given the field he's in but again in general I do think there is too much of an imbalance.