As long as you’ve got serious investors who wish to put money into football, I applaud. It proves that football is attractive. What upsets me, what I find scandalous, is when clubs accept fools.
Racism is if there are spectators or, outside the field of play, there are movements to discrimination, but, on the field of play, I deny that there is racism.
There is a movement in club football, which I don’t necessarily consider a prime example of solidarity, because it leads us to conclude the rich are getting richer and they are using everything in the market to create an exodus from Africa.
The source of wealth is from individuals with little or no history of interest in the game, who have happened upon football as a means of serving some hidden agenda.
Why is it good for football to take the excitement away from fans by overcharging them for tickets to see their team?
I have no problem with G14. How can I oppose something that as far as I am concerned, does not exist?
It’s up to the national associations and their leagues to limit the entry of foreign players.
Yes, in general, I think there is too much club football on TV.
Racism and discrimination of any kind have no place in football.
The important thing for me was that the World Cup should travel round the world.