Author Topic: Money for nothing, the history of Winston Bogarde. Read times. Kaizer Quaresmatic Believer Posts: 12, Wonder is the beginning of wisdom. Why did he come and why did not he leave? In August Winston Bogarde thought his future was in Newcastle. Bobby Robson was keen to take him on a free transfer from Barcelona and only his signature was missing from a long-term commitment.
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Bogarde was signed when Gianluca Vialli was manager, although the manager had no idea the transfer was happening and was organised by Ken Bates and Colin Hutchinson.
Emerson Thome was shipped off to Sunderland and Bogarde came in. This was the beginning of the end for an angry Vialli. Bogarde's career at Chelsea is notable because, only weeks after signing his contract with the club, the newly-appointed manager Claudio Ranieri wanted him to leave.
According to Bogarde it would be next to impossible to find a team that would offer him a contract comparable to the one he had at Chelsea with reference to his biography Deze Neger Buigt Voor Niemand This Negro Bows for No One , he was astounded at the salary Chelsea had agreed on since it is a fact that his value has depreciated severely due to lack of first-team action.
Bogarde decided to stay at Chelsea honouring his contract to the letter as he could not get a similar salary anwhere else , as a result Bogarde played only sparingly for Chelsea again. Of his contract he has said, 'Why should I throw fifteen million euro away when it is already mine? At the moment I signed it was in fact my money, my contract'. Worse still, Chelsea won a domestic trophy during this period triggering a bonus payment in agreement with his contract, despite Bogarde not featuring at all for Chelsea that season.
His contract ended in During his period at Chelsea, they repeatedly tried to offload him because of his inflated wages. When there were no takers, Chelsea demoted him to their reserves and youth team in an effort to force Bogarde to leave. However, he stuck to his contract, turning up every day and attending whatever training he was assigned to. Bogarde continued to stick to the letter his contract and working every day with the Chelsea reserves, while increasingly becoming a figure of ridicule in the English press for his alleged selfishness.
Few people will ever earn so many. I am one of the few fortunates who do. I may be one of the worst buys in the history of the Premiership, but I don't care. On 8 November , he announced his retirement from professional football, having failed to reach an agreement with a club since leaving Chelsea. Bogarde was capped twenty times for the Dutch national team and appeared in the World Cup in France.
New Posts. Members Profile. Just reading about his time at chelsea Heard he flew home every weekend to watch Ajax play seeing as he would never get the nod at Chelsea. Waste of a career, nevermind the money. My Views are my own and do not in any way represent this site. The only cross that Gronkjaer could do was on his paycheck every week!! Bogarde was only ok imo, but a mercenary. What a legend he is. Told he wasnt good enough for Chelsea so he just sat out his massive contract and lived it up.
Cant believe people think he doesnt have ambition. His ambition was to make a load of money. I see him as a great businessman he had already won loads in football. Back to the football focus studio's for you lads. If work told you not to bother turning up anymore but they will still pay you, you would bite their hands off. He could have sat on his hole and then moved on after a season still a very rich man I'd be interested to hear your opionions Goudlinhio if your beloved Shels were paying over the odds to a player sitting in the reserves-somehow I just couldn't see you singing 'your the best businessman at the club'.
Romario And the ticket mafia gets caught! Well, four years ago I had already told the government. Chelsea isnt my club. If i was a Chelsea fan i would be wizzed off but im not so i dont really care. But i blame the clubs not the players. He could of retired earlier but there was no point as he was still getting paid.
Personally i would of done the same if i was at Chelsea other clubs who struggle to make ends meat are a different story. He never played for us but Shelsman85 says he seen him one time and he was extremely good looking his words. I think he was a conman. Last i heard of him he was playing in the swiss league. Bollocks that his career was finished when he joined Chelsea, I can see his point but only slightly.
FFS he was an established international, if he had any pride in his career he'd have taken a cut in wages just to play football at the standard his ability warranted. Bobo Balde is another who springs to mind We'll never die, we'll never die, we'll keep the Green Flag flying high Shamrock Rovers will never die, we'll keep the Green Flag Flying high.
He would say "Take the money". Humphrey Bogarde - Legend. Gouldy Bogarde - Clueless. I saw him play loads of times in thoses days. And i also used to see him allot in Holland Casino. Its named Deze Neger buigt voor niemand. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum. Winston Bogarde.
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Winston Lloyd Bogarde born 22 October is a Dutch retired professional footballer , and is the assistant manager of Jong Ajax. He was known for his immense physical strength, and played mostly as a central defender although he could occasionally appear on the left. He had notable spells at Ajax , Barcelona and Chelsea. Bogarde represented the Dutch national team in one World Cup and one European Championship , being an international for five years. Born in Rotterdam , Bogarde started his career at Schiedamse Voetbal Vereniging in the Eerste Divisie , as a winger ,  then switched to the Eredivisie in summer , playing with hometown club Sparta he previously had a short loan spell with neighbouring SBV Excelsior in the second division and scoring a career-best 11 goals in the —94 season as it qualified for the UEFA Intertoto Cup.
Winston Bogarde: deze neger buigt voor niemand
Bogarde was signed when Gianluca Vialli was manager, although the manager had no idea the transfer was happening and was organised by Ken Bates and Colin Hutchinson. Emerson Thome was shipped off to Sunderland and Bogarde came in. This was the beginning of the end for an angry Vialli. Bogarde's career at Chelsea is notable because, only weeks after signing his contract with the club, the newly-appointed manager Claudio Ranieri wanted him to leave.
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