The soon-to-be appointed Everton manager made the claims while reminiscing about his relegation with Wigan.
He said: “Fan like to see goals and because we cannot afford quality strikers, why not let the opposition score some?
“Winning is boring. For decades, good teams have been winning games of football. Supporters are ready for a new era of change, where results do not matter and the world is being turned upside down by religious extremism.”
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright has backed his new coach’s claims, revealing he doesn’t care about himself or the football club any more.
He said: “Of course, when I first heard Roberto’s philosophy I thought it was strange.
“But now after being enveloped by his passion and charisma, I am determined to follow him to the gates of heaven, for he is truly the son of God.”
It seems Kenwright has been overcome by the same kind of spiritual fervour that possessed Wigan owner Dave Whelan.
Indeed, despite Wigan’s continued flirting with relegation, the JJB millionaire persisted with his sycophantic support of the incompetent Spaniard.
A source close to Whelan explained:
“Martinez has instructed everyone within his power to sow a cyanide capsule into their skin. He insists that it enhances bonding and team spirit. God help us all.”