The MLS Players Union defies their management every season by publishing the details of player salaries. This is great because it not only gives us, the fans, the chance to evaluate how wisely our team is spending their cash it also allows us to scream 'They are paying him how much!!" at regular intervals.
Today though is not a day for negativity. Today is the day that we call our comrades in arms to the barricades to demand better pay for some of Vancouver's downtrodden, yet stalwart, performers.
The revolution may not be televised but it will almost certainly be tweeted in the form of a poll, so put down that Molotov cocktail and stick it to "the man" by voting for one of the selected five players below that you think most deserves to pay more tax.
The full MLS list can be found here. But proceed with caution (for it is a PDF).
Last weeks poll again featured a few anarchists who wanted "None of the above" as an option, but the tactical shape most favoured was 4-4-2, with 4-3-1-2 coming a close second. There was no shame attached to 4-4-1, but 4-3-3 and 5-3-2 really need to take a good long look at themselves in the mirror.
Vote below. Annual salary given after each player.
Which Whitecap Most Deserves More Pay?
Terry Dunfield- $65,000 (67 votes)
Jonathan Leathers- $42,000 (22 votes)
Jay Nolly- $65,000 (7 votes)
Shea Salinas- $44,000 (13 votes)
Russell Tiebert- $55,000 (16 votes)
125 total votes