I came to this idea after writing a reaction about the dismissal of Chris Hughton by Newcastle owner Mike Ashley. I think this dismissal is a disgrace. There should be a way to protect football clubs against utter fools like Ashley. In a way some of these clubs with a very long tradition and with a huge fan base could be considered as some sort of national heritage that can't be given in the hands of people with lots of money but no brains or ethical behaviour. Maybe there should be some sort of test or question list that future owners should have to pass before becoming owners of a football club. Maybe they should be forced to put a large amount of money in some trust...that money could be taken by the FA and given to the club if the owner behaves un-ethically. That large amount of money should be some sort of protection against unethical behaviour. What do you think? And this is not only about Mike Ashley. I have my doubts against Abramovich and the Man City owners too (and there are lots of other people that should not be owners of a football club: Berlusconi, Florentino Perez,....). Maybe this should be something that is forced upon football by the European Union, because FIFA proved that they are not the most ethical governing body in the world. I'm pretty sure FIFA couldn't care less about football clubs (and football).