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  • Certain players warrant the high salaries (Austin included) as they can make the difference between success or failure. Success resulting in promotion to the premiership brings huge financial rewards making the larger salaries a good investment, as do the sort of sell on values achievable when those players move on. Instead the Ipswich way has been to sign the cheaper less talented individuals who end up walking away for no money or even worse getting paid by the club to go. They cost the club money to get rid of and provide poor value when they are here, resulting in a relegation fight and dissatisfied fans. Would we be in our current league position with a striker who had scored 24 goals this season ? of course not. One good striker like Austin on £25000 per week is much better value than two or three on £10,000 who hardly ever score or produce consistent performances (Chopra, JET, Ellington etc) Austin must be worth at least £8m if sold compared to peanuts for the aforementioned cheaper alternatives currently on our books !

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    Wednesday, February 06, 2013

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