Neil Clark: UK football won’t be rid of selfishness and greed until salary caps are brought in.
Yesterday's events, on what the Daily Mail called the "craziest day in English transfer history", remind one of the classic post-war Italian film Bicycle Thieves. In it, a poor man and his son search the streets of Rome for his stolen bicycle which he needs for his work. His search proves fruitless. Totally demoralised and frustrated, he decides to become a bicycle thief himself. Acting selfishly can be contagious.
You can read the whole of my First Post piece on the Fernando Torres saga, and why it's one big step back or the English game, here.