"If our family is to be part of something, we want to be sure we have a chance to compete year in and year out. You don't have salary caps and you have certain team owners that can spend year in
and year out. I'd rather give the money to charity to be honest."
-- Robert Kraft, whose family owns MLS's New England Revolution and NFL's New England Patriots on why it decided not to pursue ownership of English Premier League club Liverpool, which ended up in the hands of Boston Red Sox owner John Henry and his Fenway Sports Group. (TalkSport)