The sports journalist, Tami Kona, made a controversial statement while discussing the great demand of Albanian fans to watch the national team.
He stated in "Euronea Albania" that "women cannot go to the stadium before men" to watch the matches of the National Team. The journalist expressed himself quite indignant that the men ask for tickets for himself and his partner, even suggesting that the women may not even know where the Air Albania stadium is located.
"I am concerned about the way people want to come to the stadium. Even my wife says, without the son coming, my wife cannot come. I mean this in a good way, in the sense that I don't deal with my friend's wife or my aunt's cousin's wife, but now, women can't go in front of men in the stadium! Do you know why I say that? It is an open debate. I can only say one thing, a woman who has not come, with all the respect I have, when I mentioned my wife, I mean it in a good way.
Now we know who goes to the stadium, a woman can't even go to the stadium to a game where she... Now, is there a chance this woman can find a ticket? I have to take it from a man who is coming..
A friend of mine with his son can go to the stadium, it's normal, but now that friend asks for a ticket for his wife as well, it's his right to ask for a ticket for his wife too, because there's no problem, but people can't come to the stadium who do not know where Air Albania falls", he said.
"I, as a sports journalist, with Poland, they all expected me to give you a card, as much as I had 10 pieces from the Federation, starting from my ticket, the ticket was electronic.
With Moldova, I also tell my son, look dad, tell me a month in advance how many tickets you want, 2,3,4,5 and I'll close them. When I told people about Moldova, those who ask me, said, journalist, why are we coming to the stadium with Moldova?
Now, the situation is a disaster, you don't dare to open the phone and what we will remove until the 12th, which is the match, I don't know", Kona said.