"I will not HIRE THEM MORE"
Napoli president's controversial decision with African players
Published:3/08/2022 - 19:15h
Updated:3/08/2022 - 19:15h
The controversial Aurelio Gave Laurentiis went back with another very faithful statement to his style. The president napolitano does not want to follow having African players that play with his selections in the Glass of Africa
The president of the Naples, Aurelio Of Laurentiis, has ensured this Wednesday that the club will not decant for inscribing to African international footballers. The also producer of cinema thinks that the African Glass of Nations leaves without availability to the team of these players to half of course:
"You do not speak me of African players, or renounce to his right to participate in the tournaments of the African Glass of Nations or no the ficharé. Never we have them available. They go to play was while we pay them we", declared Of Laurentiis in an interview conceded to the 'Wall Street Italy'. The problem is that the African Glass of Nations organise to half of season, since the international players leave by a time his team.
After the exit of Koulibaly to Chelsea, still are four the African players in the Naples: Victor Oshimen, International of Nigeria; Zambo Anguissa, Cameroonian footballer; Karim Zedadka and Adam Ounas, of Algeria. The last African Glass carried out in Cameroon at the beginning of this year, of 9 January to 6 February and the next edition is foreseen for January of 2024 in Ivory Coast.
The Italian also has showed against of all the competitions of the UEFA. "It suffices of these false competitions like Champions, Europe League and Conference League. We need to create competitions that play during a week between the five better European championships".
Of Laurentiis carries from 2004 to charge of the Naples, and wants to that they are a lot of years more: "they ask Me constantly, but I do not sell, because I am a fanatical and always want to amuse me. I try to give the best of me like president, taking honest decisions and with vision of future. Always for the sake of the Naples".