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    Helping Puskas... not!

    Real Madrid expenses in the soccer match celebrated to raise money for Puskas were more than ten times as much as the money actually given to him.
    Puskas is a former player from the old days when Real Madrid actually won European championships, instead of just being a sport-shirt selling outfit. He's in the hospital, and the match was supposed to help cover his hospital bills. In fact, Real Madrid spent more money in hotel bills (128000 ¤) than was given to him.
    Remember this: if you're a former Real Madrid player, just don't invite them to raise money. Choose a good corner, and beg; you'll be much better off.

    2005-08-19 20:32 | 0 Comment(s) | Filed in

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