How paying agents more can save your club money

Du Malone writes: This is the ninth of a series of posts on the theme of contracts, negotiation, and agents on FM. In the leagues I've tended to manage in, in recent years -- typically, the Balkans and eastern Europe, starting in the second tier -- not all players have agents, but some do. And … Continue reading How paying agents more can save your club money

Bias in FM content creation: the case of agents

Du Malone writes: Earlier this season I published a post about what I call 360° club management. The idea is based on the perception, gained from blogs and podcasts, that there is a persistent bias in the notion of management as it is applied to FM. Bias in FM content The bias runs as follows: … Continue reading Bias in FM content creation: the case of agents

You’ve probably been thinking about agents all wrong

Grigor Pasha writes: In a previous post I said that I was looking for time to think through my management of Neftochimic 1962 from the perspective of stakeholder management. Well, since we haven't got a game this week, other than a friendly with Nesebar, I've devoted some time to thinking about the business of agents. … Continue reading You’ve probably been thinking about agents all wrong