This is not an open face to Isco Alarcón.
But if it is an important clarification to the entire universe of football, even to all other sports.
The press is not here to support!
It is common the belief that the press supports/destroys and none of this is true. The press only does its job; sets an impartial stance and, from there, analyzes, questions, debates and informs. This is all.
The recent statements of Isco Alarcón hint at the misconception that society maintains about the press.
Now we understand why I hate journalists so much …
On FIFA dates it is natural for footballers to open up more with the media; be surrounded by theirs and representing their country, seems to fall in the best way to discuss things that at other times of the year would not do.
Some talk about tactics, others make more known about themselves and their families, and another small group shows the world their ignorance.
It is pertinent to comment that the concept and ethical occupation of the press, have been stained by different characters who call themselves “journalists” around the globe.
Isco is not 100% responsible for not knowing a profession, nor is Luis Enrique’s in not giving exclusive statements to any media while he is Technical Director of the Spanish national team.
Coincidence? Impossible. Spain is one of the countries with the most toxic press in the world.
The profession goes through difficult days and the ignorance of society only makes everything worse.
You have to read, seriously.
Isco is a footballer who should be spoken for his flashes of quality, winning plays and palmarés. Not by nonsense statements.
In addition, it feeds the movement for which so much fights.
Mr. Alarcón, the press is not there to support you. But, believe that, if he does a good job, he will be rewarded by the environment and those around him.
Dedicate to play.