Piqué triggers the comments on Twitter for the terms in which he has spoken of Amancio Ortega


Gerard Piqué on the set of ‘El Hormiguero’.

Gerard Piqué has gone to have fun this Tuesday at The Hormiguero. The Barcelona footballer has triggered the comments on Twitter at the time of the interview, when he has begun to talk about entrepreneurship and has ended up qualifying Amancio Ortega in very positive terms, and just on the same day that it is announced that Marta Ortega, daughter of founder of Inditex, will be the new president of the textile group.

At one point in the conversation, Pablo Motos pointed out that there is something that the footballer does not understand about Spain, that those who have tried it, even if it has failed, are criticized a lot. “Yes, because trying is for the brave. Trying it is the most difficult of all, then from there it can go well for you, it can go badly, many times it is luck, other times it is good management or having good ideas. But the really difficult thing is to have the courage to try it, ”said Piqué.

In addition, the footballer has pointed out that “that in the United States is highly valued.” “In the United States people, even if you fail five times and try again, they value it a lot. Here it is the other way around, here they are always waiting for you to fail, for there to be something that does not work for you to hit you. It’s a different mentality ”, he highlighted.

The footballer added that in Spain if “you are very successful, you have a lot of money, and then having a lot of money is already frowned upon.” It has been at that time that he has pointed out that this happens many times, and has given Amancio Ortega as an example, “that I do not know him at all, I do not know if he is a good person or a bad person, I do not know anything about him”, he clarified .

“He is a person who as an entrepreneur is an example, he is a person who created a fashion company many years ago and has done very well,” said the footballer. “Well, they start looking for, what if the taxes, what if I do not know what … Always be looking instead of valuing everything good and everything that contributes to the country” he added.

“And this message maybe …”, he began to say then when Pablo Motod cut him off: “I had no obligation to put machines for complicated cancers in hospitals.” “Exactly, and he has,” replied Piqué.

In addition, the footballer has pointed out that “when you say this it seems that it is a message from the right, and no, it is not from the right or from the left, it is common sense.” “That is to say, a person who brings you good things because all that he brings are good things, economically, everything that Zara generates, surely Spain benefits from something”, he pointed out.

″ He, personally, is an example for many entrepreneurs or want to start a career or whatever, because they see what things he has done well and what things he has done wrong, “he remarked. “You only have good things to learn from him, and instead here we always try to find the bad part because it is culture. I think it is associated with who we Spaniards are ”, he has settled.

These words have generated a large number of comments on social networks, where viewers of the format have made clear what they think of Piqué’s speech.

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