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Career Management

We provide our players with a unique opportunity to push forward their careers and truly focus on sports only.


Our team helps players to manage those crucial relationships between the players – clubs – agents triangle


We defend our player’s interests when they sign employment contracts and when they transfer to another club.
We negotiate and protect their labor rights, safeguard and maximize image rights, assure that salaries and benefits are actually being paid on time and prevent mistreatment and abuse of any kind by their clubs.
We make guarantee that our players will make the best out of any contractual scenarios that they will be able grow, improve and climb higher to better clubs when opportunity arrives.


Efficient and trustworthy management of a player’s career can make, at often times, the difference between successful careers to a failure.




3 Things you should know about

Career Management

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  • What shall I do in order to optimize my career and manage it the best way?faq-plus-btn.svg

    Managing your career as a professional player can be challenging, but there are a few key things that you can do to set yourself up for success:

    1. Focus on your training and development: Make sure to consistently work on improving your skills and fitness. Attend training sessions, practice on your own, and seek out opportunities to work with coaches and trainers who can help you get better.

    2. Stay healthy: Take care of your body by eating well, getting enough sleep, and staying hydrated. Avoid activities that could put you at risk of injury, such as excessive partying or engaging in dangerous sports.

    3. Manage your legal and finances: Make sure to budget wisely and save/make smart investments for the future.
    Verify what you sign with clubs and agents. Use a legal tax expert before signing contracts with clubs to help you make smart decisions about your money.

    4. Build relationships: Network with other players, coaches, and agents. Building strong relationships can help you get ahead in your career and may open up new opportunities for you.

    5. Stay focused and motivated: Playing professional football can be a demanding and stressful job. Make sure to stay motivated and focused, and don't let setbacks or setbacks deter you from your goals.

  • How can a Sports lawyer help a professional player?faq-plus-btn.svg

    Sports lawyers can help players in a variety of ways, including:

    1. Negotiating contracts: A sports lawyer can help you understand the terms of a contract and negotiate for more favorable terms on your behalf.

    2. Advising on legal and regulatory issues: Sports lawyers are familiar with the rules and regulations that apply to professional sports, and they can provide advice on issues such as player eligibility, agents, salary and transfer issues.

    3. Handling disputes: If you have a dispute with a club, a league, or another player, a sports lawyer can represent you in negotiations or in court proceedings.

    4. Protecting your rights: A sports lawyer can help you understand your rights as a player and ensure that they are protected. This can include issues such as intellectual property, image rights, and privacy.

    5. Managing your finances: A sports lawyer can help you manage your financial affairs, including budgeting, tax planning, and investing.

    Overall, a sports lawyer can be an invaluable resource for a football player, helping you navigate the complex legal and business aspects of your career.

  • What to consider when signing a contract abroad?faq-plus-btn.svg

    There are several things that you should consider when signing a contract to play football for a club in a different country:

    1. Salary and benefits: Make sure that you understand the terms of the contract, including how much you will be paid, how often you will be paid, and what benefits are included (such as housing, transportation, and insurance).

    2. Length of contract: Consider the length of the contract and whether it is a good fit for your career goals. A longer contract may provide more stability, but it may also limit your options if your circumstances change or if you want to pursue opportunities with other clubs.

    3. Playing time: Consider whether the club can offer you the opportunity to play regularly. This is especially important if you are just starting your career and need to gain experience.

    4. Cultural fit: Moving to a new country can be a big adjustment, so it's important to consider whether the club and the city will be a good fit for you and your family.

    5. Legal and tax considerations: Make sure to understand the legal and tax implications of signing a contract in a different country and in particular jurisdiction in case of legal disputes. You may need to seek advice from a lawyer to ensure that you are properly protected.

    6. Termination: Be sure to carefully review the termination clauses in the contract to understand your rights and obligations if you decide to leave the club or if the club desires to release you before the end of the contract.

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