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Spielerberater: DARUM ist ihr Ruf so schlecht - Nico Heymer I 4 Gründe I frontal

Aug 31, 2022

Spielerberater: DARUM ist ihr Ruf so schlecht - Nico Heymer I 4 Gründe I frontal

greedy piranha brute bastard when people talk about service ferguson or uli hoeneß about player advisors then it will be something for the industry china becomes king and in recent years have developed into the villains in the transfer theater from the point of view of the clubs but what exactly is the reason here are four reasons why the reputation of player agents is so bad and what was once natural enmity that agents and clubs keep clashing over transfer issues is in the nature of things because clubs plan with their best players for as long as possible and of course pay little money agents on the other hand earn then commissions, especially on expensive transfers, which is a conflict of interest that can involve a lot of money, for example paul pogba, who switched from juventus to manchester united star advisor mino raiola for 107 million euros in 2016, and collected 27 million euros from both clubs cheers and again almost 19.4 million euros intermediary fee from united rioler also had his client pay for the revelations of football leagues after all, he received 2.6 million from french international popa in the end raiola, who died in 20 22, got 49 million euros out of it blatantly you have to say overall economically it is questionable to carry out such a constellation that the clubs that pay for it must of course also bring us back in economically on the other hand one has to say nothing happened that would have been punishable or basically that one it was simply the market and on this market the interests of consultants collide and games seem to collide uncontrollably that's always power but it's no wonder because sums in the pogba case are no exception and dear money is also and especially in football conflict number one what we in our next point b according to the latest study by the world football association fifa, clubs worldwide spent half a billion us dollars on consultant commissions alone in 2014, for comparison, the figure was a quarter billion us dollars the top consultants matter is remarkable forbes magazine published a list of the most successful player consultants in 2020, according to which john barnett, for example, deleted consultants from gareth bale so vehemently that cristiano ronaldo represents more than 100 million euros in commissions in 2020 one naturally wonders why can player consultants in under circumstances require such large sums of money so this player consultant market is only a so-called people's business, ie personal relationships play an important role small clubs have a weak market position and if I want to unite well-paid players into a middle class then it's easy for r the players' adviser is sure to push his ideas through and anyone who now believes that this is just an issue for the top english club with their wealthy investors is also mistaken. german clubs are also giving more tin year after year 20 21 according to the dfl, the clubs for the coming bundesliga season almost 200 million euros for player consultants and that in the middle of the corona crisis at the forefront are the top teams fc bayern munich leipzig each over 25 for some time already a top borussia dortmund over 32 million euros has the bvb alone 20 21 made loose for consultants one thing you have to the dortmunders leave the money to the consultants was often well invested because sancho and of course erling aland they all became stars after moving to the ruhr area, but as much as bvb benefits from the consultants when purchasing talent, the club suffers from their growing influence and that brings us to the next point comes three more and more power or whether at umk If transfers or multi-million dollar sponsors service player consultants are now talked about everywhere, there is always the accusation that they think primarily of themselves everything from bayern munich to real madrid the bayern bosses saw harvey's influence as decisive for alaba's change request sahabi in turn on the bayern bosses to have been complacent towards his protégé and also in this summer of transfers that the advisor played a decisive and controversial role who arranged the transfer from fc bayern munich to fc barcelona for robert lewandowski and was preceded by a month-long public fight between the munich club top robert lewandowski and pinas sawi, but not only his adviser, but also lewandowski heated up the atmosphere and the rumor mill on was made difficult especially by the power of the player advisor he made me a taxidermist who turned his head that the club bosses grumble about the influence of the advisors has on the one hand plausible reasons which of course you have to see that the big clubs are among the player advisors and also the horrendous sums that they have to pay suffer but the club bosses are probably not at their mercy, completely powerless and penniless, especially with the big clubs here you could certainly have power at one point or another and that the club’s brand as a significant element in throw the scales which can certainly play a role in the price negotiations whether and who has power here and how much is quite opaque and probably also a question of the individual case it is clear the power of the player advisors is immense but whether they always act so arbitrarily with selfishness we are happy to act on them it is said that it is questionable, after all, they overlap e interests of players' advisors, and so it can just as well be that the players simply give their advisors free rein when it comes to fighting their will. stefan reinartz has a similar view. he has always sought advice during his career with bayer leverkusen and the german national team and takes the pros into their duties in the end the player had responsibility for everything everything the consultant influences in the end is only what the player also concedes when the consultant adds money that a player should stretch out in training on training out of the gut club should roam out then that's the German pronunciation wise is shit from the advisor but in the end it's also the player's decision to work with these advisors and also allow that with all the complaints about the power the advisor has Apparently they like to forget that neither players nor clubs have power or are weak-willed and for the bizarre blood en of professional football is often just as responsible that the consultants are still so often scolded so maybe there is another reason the reason for the consultants are the bad guys of a sick system a particularly sharp nail in the coffin image of the player consultants the football leagues were only more than after the revelations otherwise the consultants were scolded and even investigated against them, for example mendes conceded goals for tax evasion rightly there was a lot of criticism for this is forgotten but some coaches, players and club bosses have already been convicted of tax evasion and also for extreme salary demands, top comments and public appearances are they often available the reputation of the consultants is particularly bad these are not entirely innocent some consultants fuel their already bad image with additional provocative comments about transfer rumors or here a media-effective flight to madrid or a Everyone likes the criticism of how the club treats its own protégés, all part of the business, but also good food for all those who already want to pass the buck on to consultants, yes, it is interesting that this consultant bashing has become such a small popular sport In the media perspective, as far as I know, it is far too short that the consultant and the club actually have a very, very, very close relationship.
spielerberater darum ist ihr ruf so schlecht   nico heymer i 4 gr nde i frontal
Of course, a club or a sports director would never give that to the media in any way. It clearly says that we are also here in the squad planning from 23 agencies advised by player advisors sanctions of course it doesn’t make a good impression but in the end the player advisor-club relationship is of course a certain love-hate relationship mostly but that also has the word love in it whether love or hate with the scolding of the advisors maybe some players also want to distract from yourself because the millions difficult playing field professional football was not invented by the consultant they just use it very skilfully and in some cases unabashedly but the truth is the breeding ground for the consultant business the increasingly commercialized professional football supplies all by itself that consultants in the fight for power and millions themselves stepping on the brakes is unlikely and fifa does not actually want to be known as an opponent of commercialization restrict consultants in future small negotiated changes should, according to fifa, the consultants should only be able to collect a maximum of ten percent of the transfer fee, for example, the question of the cap can be viewed critically because it will certainly be player consultants there will be lawsuits against it or player consultants who will join forces to gain even greater market power and thus determine the price that can happen and it can also drift into the black market.
spielerberater darum ist ihr ruf so schlecht   nico heymer i 4 gr nde i frontal
According to fifa, this new regulation should come into force at the end of 2022 whether you it will be suitable to bring football at least a little way back on the grass of reality that will have to be seen then do you think that the many new regulations in professional football can change positively write us in the comments and if you want to know why football is dying then click here
spielerberater darum ist ihr ruf so schlecht   nico heymer i 4 gr nde i frontal
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