The case for self-representation
Recent developments suggest that athletes are increasingly aware of their need to control their careers both on and off the field, as the case may be with people they really trust, such as family or friends. Athletes represent an important sporting and commercial value, and especially high-profile athletes find themselves, surrounded by a team of specialist advisors, in an excellent position to manage their interests themselves. Delegating a sporting career, commercial deals and estate planning to one person, a football agent, entails clear risks. With a transfer system considered by many to be criminogenic...
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