Blog Posts Tagged with: agents

Football Agents and 2016/17 Premier League Season Predictions This coming season of Premier League football is set to be the more open, exciting and unpredictable than ever before. With whole a host of new world class managers battling it out for the title, one of about 7 teams could actually win the league. With the influx of money from the new TV deal every team in the league now has the... Read more
The formula for winning in professional football – revealed! Football agents reveal the secret of success?  Article written on behalf of football agents and sports lawyers Goal! What a strike! Headed away to safety! All cries of successful plays heard around stadiums and on televisions around the world screamed by commentators and mirrored by the fans.  It's these verbal outbursts that... Read more
Why have a football agent?? At football agents believe that the facts are that out of the hundreds of young players that sign professional contracts with football clubs, around five out of six are dropped by the time they are 21. Signing to an agent at a young age is seen as a vital move for many young players in order to increase their chances of making the grade. With young players, clubs in... Read more
Gabriel's Football Agent could join Gunner's The football agent of Gabriel Paulista, the Defender of Villarreal, is said to be discussing a possible January window transfer to the Gunners. Of late the Gunners look vulnerable at the back, and certainly from your analysis here at football agents the defender would be a great acquisition.  Having said that, the Gunner's certainly won the... Read more
Just had an interesting call with a concerned Father regarding Football Agents. He expressed his concerns to me and stated that his son is 15 years old and has been offered a 2 year scholarship at a Premier League club. The Father went on to explain that he is being “harassed by so called Football Agents” who are offering him money and offering to pay for petrol money.  Football Agents are... Read more
Arsenal forward Theo Walcott is ruled out for up to 6 months with a anterior cruciate ligament injury to his left knee which requires surgery. Theo Walcott twisted his knee in the closing stages of the 2.0 win over Tottenham on Saturday. Theo Walcott is ruled out for the rest of the season and is also ruled out of the 2014 world cup. Arsenal football club confirmed “Theo will have surgery in... Read more
Cardiff City Football Club have appointed there new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after sacking there old manager Malky Mackay. The former Manchester United forward has signed a short term contract with the bluebirds with an option to extend his contract. At the press conference shortly after his appointment Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed his ambitions for the club “Short-term the most important... Read more
Tottenham Hotspur has today confirmed that Andre Villas-Boas contact has been terminated. The sacking comes after a 5.0 home defeat to Liverpool on Sunday afternoon. The Tottenham statement says “"The club can announce that agreement has been reached with head coach, Andre Villas-Boas, for the termination of his services. The decision was by mutual consent and in the interests of all parties."... Read more
The draw for the Champions League last 16 has been made! ARSENAL v BAYERN MUNICH ZENIT ST PETERSBURG v BORUSSIA DORTMUND SCHALKE v REAL MADRID GALATASARAY v CHELSEA BAYER LEVERKUSEN v PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN AC MILAN v ATLETICO MADRID OLYMPIACOS v MANCHESTER UNITED MANCHESTER CITY v BARCELONA All the English clubs have been drawn against tough oppositions. The standout game is Manchester City V... Read more
Former West Bromwich Albion manager and Liverpool assistant manager Steve Clarke was relieved of his job on Sunday following his side’s 4th strength defeat. The West Bromwich Albion boss suffered a 1.0 defeat to fellow strugglers Cardiff City. Steve Clarke has had a dismal 2013 only winning 20% of the games in 2013 however, in his first season Clarke had a club record total at the end of the 2012... Read more