Agnelli Financial Times interview.
Interview with the Financial Times for Andrea Agnelli, the first after the Super League chaos and the farewell to Juventus due to the capital gains chaos, with the first words dedicated precisely to the project of the new European Championship, which was born and died within 48 hours, as some clubs first joined and then left:
“I never put a gun to anyone’s head. They all signed freely. Some were more conscious. But they all signed freely. Words also on Financial Fair Play: “This was a response to the problems that football had and continues to have: financial instability, financial sustainability, polarization.”
Agnelli Financial Times interview. Can the relationship with Ceferin be rebuilt?
“My feeling is that time is a gentleman. And things will probably, hopefully, work out eventually. If not, then my conscience is once again super clear.”
Was it a mistake to hire Ronaldo?
“It was a good move. Give me Ronaldo and let me use him without a pandemic, that’s a different story.”
— Romeo Talarico (@coachXplayer) January 27, 2024
The capital gains case?
“I remain convinced that everything we did was done within the rules and within financial standards.”
Does the financial problem exist in football?
“Since football evolved from a game to a business, it has not evolved its governance to manage the business. It's fair to say that most clubs lose money. Yes? Either we are all incompetent or the system has some flaws.”
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