Former Spain Coach Javier Clemente has aimed an amazing broadside at Spanish Football League (LFP) President Javier Tebas, likening him to a Nazi.
Clemente, who is one of world football’s most experienced Coaches and has a history of verbal outbursts, used his Twitter account to back his friend Angel Maria Villar, President of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and somebody involved in a battle with the LFP over the proposed La Liga strike by footballers.
“People say I’m a defensive Coach so I’ll go on the attack on Twitter,” posted the current Libya national team boss, as reported by Sport.
“To say our President [Villar] is stuck in Medieval times is an unacceptable attack on a football colleague.
“If the President is stuck in Medieval times then you [Tebas] are stuck in the times of [Adolf] Hitler, as boss of a concentration camp.
“Since when was a strike illegal? Wikipedia tells us you have been a bitter man since you were young and will do whatever you can to further your career.
“The only thing you’ve done for football is earn money for yourself, leaving many players without pay.
“As a lawyer I believe you are from the era of Al Capone. You’ve haven’t studied law and don’t understand it – not the FIFA statutes or the RFEF’s regulations.
“Who supports you? Another lawyer of your level, a journalist whose daughter you gave a job to and the odd President who needs money. Judas sold out Jesus Christ for 30 pieces of silver.
“What do I think of the Royal Decree? The government is going to take money out of football and share it among its friends. They are going to pay money to other sports, which the government itself should be doing.
“And worst of all? It requires an act of God to modify the Royal Decree. In other words Tebas has given Real Madrid and Barcelona what the others will never be able to have.”