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Analysing the Action (Manchester United v Club Brugges) Delightful Memphis Depay stole the show Tuesday night, rescuing Manchester United from a disastrous start with two sublime goals and an excellent assist in their 3 – 1 victory over Club Brugges in the first leg of their Champions League qualifier.  Depay’s first goal was fantastic, controlling the ball with his chest before flicking the... Read more
URGENT PLAYERS WANTED Championship ClubGOALKEEPER: experienced at least 24+ yrs, capable and ready to stand in at a moments notice if first team GK injured.Championship ClubRIGHT BACK: Pacey, able to run with the ball at speed, link up and overlap. Must have proven track record.League 1 ClubWINGER: Speed and pace essential. Quality & experience a must, able to defend when required. Minimum... Read more
FA Qualified Football Agent or Football intermediary? Football Agents - Football Intermediaries: Sports Article: from the author and freelance sports journalist Kevin Walters: A brief consideration of the change of Football Agent Regulations and whether an Agent or Intermediary are really needed. The Rules Have Changed In April 2015, the FA rules for football agents were changed.  The... Read more
A Generation of Winners & Losers Football Agents - Football Intermediaries: Sports Article: from the author and freelance sports journalist Kevin Walters: Looking at the changes in the "innocence of football" in the 1970's to the commercial pressures of today. Growing up in Sunderland in the 1970’s was probably similar to growing up in most other English towns. Football was the main theme... Read more
In this article for football agents & Sports Lawyers, has been reproduced with the kind permission of the author Guy Thomas, Insolvency Partner at Taylor Walton.  It consideres the concept for liquidating FIFA or what can International Football learn from the world of Restructuring and Insolvency? After the shock of the last few days; dawn raids in Switzerland, resignations, celebrations... Read more
Football – the modern concept In this article for football agents & Sports Lawyers, Kevin Walters evaluates the modern concept of Clubs increasingly becoming a professional businesses at every level. New ways of thinking to improve on old and existing methods is not new in any walk of life in the UK. Manufacturing industries tended to lead the way, with the Japanese continuous improvement... Read more
Football Agents Football Agentsw are delighted to inform you of an excellent opportunity for football Scholars and Academy players who want develop their football career with a proven Club such as West Ham United. We are delighted to inform you of an excellent 2 year Academy set up by West Ham United for promising your players and follow other footballers such as: Joe Cole Frank Lampard... Read more
Football agents regret to report that one of its promising players was assaulted whilst playing against for Oldham v Morecombe football club U 18s. It was describe as a “sickening moment” a youth team footballer knocks out his opponent on the pitch.  The Mail Online states that “The sucker punch" – creating a disturbing audible moment of impact - sends Tuohy, who had his back turned,... Read more
KOLO TOURE A MAN OF RARE HUMILITY [By Ronnie Hutcheon, Football Agent & Lawyer] I read an article about Kolo Toure in the Independent over the Weekend which reflects on a truly honourable person - a humility that sets him apart from most 'materialistic' players.I was there at the Liverpool v Burnley match on Wednesday when, whilst he was warming up on the touch lines the away fans chanted:-... Read more
Football agents Sports Article: From the author and freelance Sports Journalist Kevin Walters: England Club Academies When you think about English football clubs academies, the successful teams that spring to mind are: Manchester United (Best, Giggs, Scholes, Butt, Beckham, the Neville brothers, O’Shea, Brown,  Welbeck, Cleverly, Shawcross, Januzaj and Evans) Arsenal (Adams, Merson, Keown... Read more