IT HAS been interesting to hear the criticism of players who left their club in order to move elsewhere. Some clubs and their fans take it worse than others, but ultimately, in the free market that is football, players are like you and me, they have a choice to earn their income from whom they choose to work for. Football is not a vocation, a calling or a commitment to a higher order, it is a job, albeit an extraordinary way to earn a living. Players are capitalists, eager to exploit a short career. If you consider that 10 years is the most a player can realistically consider himself marketable, that’s a very small percentage of the average working man’s life. Fans will always…