Again, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has criticised the 'financial doping' in the European football leagues. "Salaries and transfer totals have reached unhealthy levels", so Rummenigge.
Munich (SID) - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge expressed again sharply criticized the "financial doping' in the European football leagues. In an interview with the journal sponsors the Chairman of the Board of German Rekordmeisters Bayern Munich said: "I believe that since the Bosman ruling all - because I want to exclude not Bayern Munich - went in the wrong direction." Salaries and transfer totals have reached unhealthy levels. "We must now return to a rational way."
The Bundesliga is still at a disadvantage compared to the professional leagues in England, Spain and Italy Rummenigge: "at the moment there is definitely ' financial unfair play'." "If acquire the Club Sheikh, oil or Medienzare and where financial doping operate, it is difficult to keep up for a German Club."
Hard Rummenigge was also with associations in the Court: "Today is, any decision taken at UEFA or FIFA, not with the Club considered quite sober." "We play as a too low role which is to improve it and to change."
The former national team captain criticized FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter for its slow approach. "I do not understand some decisions also simply." FIFA fights tooth and nail against technology for referee. So far there is no plausible reason has been called me, why this is so. "That is why I say the football world must be more transparent, democratic and fair at the end of the day", said Rummenigge.