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BAYERN, Rummenigge: "Football is not a toy"

30.10.2012 07.00 by Marco Gori  read 2199
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Bayern Munich Executive board chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has declared: "This sport must preserve his authenticity, it can fall in the hands of certain investors. Last Summer we made an important investment to sign Javi Martinez, but before doing it we have earned that money. In any case his salary is not comparable to the one that a player earns in Paris or in Manchester. Football cannot become a toy in the hands of people who are just looking for fame".

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