"How can it be right for top players to be earning [$22-$30 million] a year? It's crazy. These wages need to be capped. But I worry that it won't happen because the Premier League and the FA are run by donkeys who don't understand business, who are dazzled by money."
-- Fulham's chairman Mohamed Al Fayed, who also owns London's Harrods, one of the world's largest department stores. (BBC)