This kind of footballer should be hanged. :skull:Diouf chasing the money
Controversial African El Hadji Diouf has claimed that he is only in professional football for the money.
The Senegal striker is on loan at Bolton from Liverpool, and is no stranger to controversy.
Diouf has been involved in spitting incidents while at both Liverpool and Bolton, and his on-field antics have seen him targeted by opposition fans.
The former African Player of the Year came to England in a big-money move from Lens, and he now says that he is only playing football for the money.
"I want only to pile up a lot of money to benefit my family," said Diouf.
"Afterwards, why not a career as a trainer?
"When I think of it, I want to be a cool coach - a little like Sam Allardyce or Bruno Metsu, who coached Senegal. For me they are two role models."
The 23-year-old seems to be already planning for life after his playing career, but his latest comments about money will not endear him any further to the English crowds.
Diouf has also been in trouble with his country Senegal, having been suspended for four games for violent conduct during the African Cup of Nations.
He has also been handed a six-month suspended ban by Senegal for being out in a nightclub the day before a World Cup qualifier.
Despite his bad boy reputation, Diouf insists that he is just a misunderstood character.
"When you see me for the first time you think I am arrogant - that perhaps comes from the way I walk or my clothes.
"Nobody will change me because I am myself. If I have something to say I will say it.
"However, people do not understand why I do that.
"I am a little misunderstood like Nicolas Anelka. Nico is one of the nicest people in the world."