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“I believe that honestly there is a deficit of knowledge in the big clubs of top, top-level competition and games of top-level sport.
“And I believe we have seen recently that there are many ways to be successful in football.
“For example, there’s the Bayern [Munich] way, where the whole success and continuity relies on people who know the values of the club, and they transfer that from generation to generation: Beckenbauer, Hoeness, Rummenigge.
“Or there are models in England of quick money and quick success.
“Both can work. I like the fact that a club is first an identity and has knowledge that is transferred from generation to generation. So that’s why I saw things that way.”
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