All this, having stretched his arm over the sleeve, as the saying goes. Sports budgets grew during the time of plenty to the pace of urban balls, the rezoning of land and rising incomes television and now of course, do not leave the accounts. In contrast to the ineptitude, proved or tested, the four presidents of Valencia CF in little over a year a “Soler, Agusti Morera, Vicente Soriano, Manuel Llorente a ” we prudent management of Fernando Roig Villarreal, who, rather than to devalue expensive players, as has been done at the Mestalla with Joaquin and Del Horno, bought bargains a “a read Forlan and then sold the gold price . The latest example of this knowledge to do the show in South Africa just the American player Altidore. A modestly that is what should be available for Valencia CF and not to engage in a Government cares much more indebted to the club a “and what you, Morenae ” or ask for new favors to a complacent Rita Barbera, committed a support and above all to defend the interests of Valencia, one of the best ambassadors for the city . Frequently Coen brothers has said that publicly. And what about the rest of citizens? Do they not have such pressing problems or more than the club? The worst thing is that the latest statistics from the OECD forecasts venture a decrease of 4.2% of Spanish GDP this year and unemployment 20% in 2010. Given this context and imperialist arrogance not assigned to Joan Laporta, not make much sense to hit the book signings of Florentino Perez. But is that football and its practitioners seem to live in a bubble of unreality.
The latest example: Xabi Alonso, pissed by the depreciation of the pound and the next higher taxes in Britain. Therefore, instead of the 5 million it charged two years ago, its revenues could be reduced to 3.6 million. That is, a trifle. a It is seen that the decline even just with football, an activity that is more important than any other for politicians and citizens. For this reason, during Argentina’s financial crisis of the play yard for the classic entries River-Boca final price reached astronomical history.
Living, therefore, to see. Enrique Arias Vega (Bilbao) is a Spanish journalist and economist. Graduated from the University of Stanford, has been writing almost forty years. His articles have appeared in the Most Spanish newspapers in the Italian magazine “Terzo Mondo” and in the newspaper “News of the World” in New York. Among other charges, has been director of “El Periodico” Barcelona, “advancement” of Salamanca, and the release of “ABC” in Valencia and CEO of Grupo Zeta publications and adviser to several media companies . In recent years, he has alternated his contributions to newspapers, radio and television to literature, having won several awards in both tasks, including national gastronomic journalism “a lvaro Cunqueiro” (2004), the Short Novel “Ategua” (2005) and social journalism of Valencia, “Living” (2006). His recent books are a compilation of newspaper articles, “Spain and other impertinence” (2009) and one short story, “Nothing is what it seems” (2008).