He cited Soccer City's failure to capitalise on the Spanish tourists who flock to the site where Andres Iniesta's solitary strike secured Spain's maiden World Cup triumph.
"What do we offer the many tourists who come to the venue where Spanish soccer recorded its finest hour?" asked Jordaan.
"They come to see the stadium where their team conquered the globe and we offer them nothing. All they can do is just sit on the stands, pose for a picture and that's it.
World Cup stadiums are cash cows
November 27, 2010