Blog Posts Tagged with: football intermediaries

Common Football Injuries A brief article from football agents regarding common football injuries are an accepted risk of the game. There are injuries that appear more frequently than others. The most common injuries, as expected are located in the lower extremities, upwards of 66% see Tandonline: These are: Hamstring Strain Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries Knee Cartilage Tear Sprained... Read more
Football Agents - Transfers Europe Italian Giants Italian giants Juventus have been central to the plot of the two main transfer stories of the summer so far. The sale of star midfielder Paul Pogba to Manchester United is the biggest transfer of this window but the biggest transfer in history. However the Italian side have completed the most expensive signing of the summer so far, signing... Read more
Premiership Football - The Business End of the Season Football agents and Clubs will count the cost of promotion and relegation.  But for football Clubs in particular, the business end of the season is fast approaching. In a brief article written for football agents, by Michael Nichols, Mindfulness Performance Elite Coach, he explains the importance of financial stability and staying in the... Read more
Financial Fair Play - Article by Football This time last year Financial Fair Play (FFP) was making headlines across the football world. UEFA hit Manchester City with a massive fine, around £42million, and restricted their Champions League squad to just 21 players. This summer Financial Fair Play has again hit the headlines, but for completely different reasons.UEFA has decided to... 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
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
Football Agents: Article reproduced with the Kind permission of Barrister Samuel Okoronkwo FA Registered Intermediary As the summer transfer window looms in England, Chief Executives, Directors of Football, Transfer Committees, Managers and/or Agents ought to be aware of how Tribunals may play a part in determining what they may pay for their next signing. A contemporaneous case in point is... Read more