Macri continues to criticize “Football for All”
February 16, 2013
Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri reiterated on Saturday that if he became president would eliminate the “Football for All” and said Kirchnerism “validates waste and party.”
“They validate the waste and the party, and I did not. What we have to do is help people who are in desperate situation,” Macri said.
In a radio interview, the head of government considered that since the state took over the free transmission of the matches in the first and second divisions through public television, “football has not improved”.
“As a football man I am, I think the State did not need to be present. I see that it has not improved; on the contrary, I see it is worse than 10 years ago. This is evident in transfers players market,” said former president of Boca Juniors.
Macri said that the system he would apply is a combination of things, but a long way from the current one, and speculated that by 2015 (when the PRO leader hopes to become President) there will be alternative routes of transmission on Internet”.