I've just been browsing through the Sky Sports transfer centre, and although I was very aware of the money involved in football, it actually disgusted me as to how much is being thrown around in the name of a game. £75 million upwards for Maguire, £45 million plus add ons for this new lad at West Ham, Charlie Austin surplus to requirements at Southampton yet they still want £8 million, Lys Mousset is £9.5 to Sheffield United. Four men. £137.5 MILLION. There's just no sense in it. Granted, a lad can be good at the sport and highly valued, but how can you justify one man being worth £75 million to play a sport. There's just no sense in it. Where do we draw the line. And that's before you even approach the idea of a contract. Imagine the clauses, perks and add ons involved along with the guys wages and signing on fee. Yes he's a cracking defender and highly talented, and yes it's more of a lifestyle than just turning up and playing, but ultimately, he's just a man, and it's just a game. Imagine what that money could do to help an impoverished area, or medical research. Things that actually matter. I always found it crazy to think about the value and wages of Jamie Paterson. I went to Primary and Secondary school it him, played football on the playground with him throughout. A talented player, and an absolute class above most else, but at the end of the day, he was just a kid like me. I worked my arse off to get good grades at GCSE and A-level, while Jamie just seemed to glide through school. On leaving sixth form, I moved to Dorset, and my first job was as a carer for autistic children in a boarding school. Daily physical behaviours, massive emotional challenges and a hell of a lot of perseverance to build bonds and trust with the guys we were looking after. Jamie signed for Walsall, eventually earning a move to Forest, scoring a hat-trick against West Ham in the cup on TV, and then moving onto Bristol City after a spell at Huddersfield. For my work, I earned around £1,200 monthly. According to football manager, Jamie earns £7,000 weekly. The mind boggles. Fair play to him for building success and I'm not saying it's easy, but when you compare playing football, to caring for autistic children, or as I do now, caring for the elderly. How does this make sense? Anyway, rant over.