MONEY makes the world go round, or so they say, but it is the caring and sharing of it which looms as a huge disruptive element in the game. Forget Alan Shearer and GBP15 million (I know its hard and debate will rage throughout the season) and think of 70-odd other clubs who have to survive on a fraction of the striker's transfer fee. Take, for example, Aldershot, where Shearer made his first UK appearance in Geordie colours. As the local stewards were queuing to collect their GBP12 fee for a night's work and Newcastle players were enjoying an after-match cuppa, the imps chairman and directors were thanking Kevin Keegan for playing Shearer and filling their ground. In fact, Keegan was not-too-subtly told that without the visit of the Magpies and the cash inject, Aldershot could have gone to the wall during the season. Gate receipts, after expenses, were around GBP40,000, and that will just about keep the Imps alive. Professional Footballers' Association chairman Gordon Taylor has been talking of anarchy in the lower divisions due to a fight with the league and television companies over cash dispersal. Clubs need cash, so lets make the world go round and ensure a fair deal to all - not just the fat cats.