In January 2020 the striker signed a contract with Aston Villa that nets him a whopping salary of 1.3 Million Euro (1.1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €3,562 (£3,014) per day and €148 (£126) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 3.05 years to earn the same as Samagoal earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Tanzanian striker compared to his Aston Villa teammates
This Villan is a cheerful guy. Not a lot of things bother him. Not even running on a treadmill. That would make us a tad moody.
But talk to him about tattoos, and he strikes a villainous pose for you. We've got the message, mate. You don't like tattoos. Relax.
Family - Get to know them
Manager - Márcio Máximo
Márcio brought the boy into the national team. He likens him to Samuel Eto'o. That's setting the bar really high boss.
Samatta Car - What does he drive?
Corona has got him all masked up. He isn't going anywhere whilst under lockdown. He might as well pose in front of the car. A better angle would have revealed the model to us.
Boats are elegant, and he likes them. That's excellent taste in transportation right there.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Birmingham, England
He's found a place in Birmingham. Probably in the Aston area. We know he's going to love it there.
Imagine the pressure of an entire club, and its fans, that is battling relegation, on your shoulders as you move into a new city, to a foreign land. That's what our striker is facing here. His move to Aston Villa has just one purpose. Score as many goals as you can and get us out of this danger zone. There are ten matches left, and this will be a good test of our hitman's character. The Tanzanian spent his youth with the Dar es Salaam based African Lyon F.C. His senior debut was with Simba S.C. If we can interject, this has to be the coolest name for a football club, ever. He also spent a good six years with the Congolese club TP Mazembe before moving to Genk in 2016. Four years later, Aston Villa have sought his services to help them stay in the Premier League. It's understandable why the Villans wanted him. He's a forward who uses his speed and acceleration to beat defenders. Combine that with his shot power and a good knack for finishing opportunities, they've got a good asset in him. His physical strength will also be helpful when he is one on one with burly defenders in the Premier League. It remains to be seen if he succeeds in his mission. The first Tanzanian to score in the Premier League, this gentleman has represented his country since 2011.
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