That was his point dude. He’s hoping their greed wins out over CONCACAF greed and they merge the two. Good stuff. Really enlightening, it’s such a burden that an economist and a Goldman Sachs exec both fought tooth and nail for the position and Cordeiro in particular had a plethora of other candidates willing to do this thankless charity job. I had just assumed that the President position was unpaid so as not to draw any attention to the ridiculous ammounts of money changing hands, incestuous business relationships between entities like FIFA, CONCACAF, MLS, SUM, Traffic Sports, Premier Partnerships (owned by former USSF President and all around shady character Alan Rothenberg, who also happens to be a member of the prestigous FIFA Ethics Commitee, LOL), basically a propped up suit to give an air of respectibility and all unpaid to make it seem like some sort of altruistic volunteer function. You know, a beard.