QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has been left stunned by the behaviour of some in the football industry.
The Air Asia tycoon admits he has been shocked by what he has seen during his two seasons at the controls at Loftus Road.
Fernandes said: "I've seen all the parts that make football quite immoral.
"Maybe that is a strong word but there are people in this business who would sell their grandmother to do something, people where money comes first.
"I think ethics should come first. And principles. Principles of doing good business and of working a hard honest day. There are too many short-cuts and the system allows you to have them because that is the system that has been built."