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(i aint watched the vid as im at work )

saw some of you man talking bout this so thought id make a topic



why is this hated so much over here ??
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Funny you made this topic, saw a similar thing...

 

Jorge Mendes: the most powerful man in football?

 

From Diego Costa to Angel di María, the Portuguese super agent is responsible for the biggest deals in football but is also in apparent breach of Fifa regulations

 

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Jorge Mendes, the Portuguese agent who has conducted many of the biggest transfers in European football, is serially involved in the third‑party ownership of players in apparent breach of Fifa regulations, a Guardian investigation can reveal.
 
Mendes, who brokered the year’s biggest deals, including Ángel di María’s £59.7m move to Manchester United and Diego Costa’s £32m purchase by Chelsea, was seeking to attract €85m (£67m) from undeclared investors via offshore companies to buy stakes in players at clubs in Spain and Portugal, according to a document seen by the Guardian. The prospectus and further inquiries have shown that:
 
• Mendes and the former Manchester United and Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon advise five Jersey-based funds on more than £100m to be invested in buying “economic rights” in players.
 
• Mendes admits he has a conflict of interest, because he acts as the agent to players whose economic rights have been bought by the funds he advises; this appears to contravene Fifa regulations on agents.
 
• Sporting Lisbon say the funds that Mendes and Kenyon advise sought to buy stakes in players as a condition of players, advised by Mendes, renewing their contracts.
 
• Mendes claims to have conducted 68% of all player transactions at Portugal’s great clubs, Sporting Lisbon, Benfica and Porto, in the decade 2001-10.
 
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The 20-year ascent of Mendes from Porto nightclub owner and friend of footballers to the beaming broker of the game’s most lucrative transfers has tracked the sport’s pay-TV-fuelled inflation itself, and Portugal’s status as a habitual exporter of players. Mendes built his name and the operation of his company, Gestifute, on attaining a remarkable dominance over the deals done by Portugal’s top three clubs, and he took several of these players on multimillion-pound moves to England and Spain. There he has extended his influence, particularly after his client José Mourinho made the journey himself from Porto after 2004, to sign as the manager at Chelsea, then Internazionale and Real Madrid, now Chelsea again.
 
Mendes’s work reached stunning fruition this summer, when he was seen conducting the biggest moves of talent and money not only from his home country’s financially hollowed out clubs but of the whole European football player transfer market. James Rodríguez, his reputation glowing from his World Cup excellence, was signed by Real Madrid for £71m from Monaco, to where Mendes brokered his move from Porto only last year for €45m (£38.5m). Porto declared in its annual report that it paid Gestifute €4.4m (£3.6m) for “intermediation service costs” on that deal; the amount paid by Real this year has not been disclosed.
 
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Di María, deemed surplus stock at Real Madrid, came to Old Trafford for almost £60m in Manchester United’s post-Sir Alex Ferguson and David Moyes splash-out; a grinning Mendes was seen with Louis van Gaal in the 4x4 at United’s Carrington training ground. Radamel Falcao, whose €40m (£32m) sale by Porto to Atlético Madrid in 2011 was brokered by Mendes – Gestifute shared €3.7m (£3m) “intermediation service costs” with another company, Orel – moved to Monaco last year for £50m, then Mendes brought him to United this summer on an extraordinarily costly loan. Eliaquim Mangala, for whom Manchester City paid £32m to Porto – 33% of Mangala’s “economic rights” had been owned by the Malta-based third-party ownership fund Doyen – was another Mendes move.
 
Costa brought his goalscoring eye from Atlético Madrid, where Mendes boasts of powerful influence, to Mourinho at Chelsea, who paid £32m. Reports have stated that 30% of Costa’s “economic rights” were owned by an offshore fund but sources close to the signing say in fact there was no third‑party ownership of Costa.
 
Unquestionably true, however, is that Mendes, as well as acting as an agent for these and many other players, and being paid by clubs as a transfer “intermediary”, is serially involved with Kenyon in advising on the third‑party ownership of economic rights in players. 

 

http://www.theguardian.com/football/2014/sep/22/-sp-jorge-mendes-agent-third-party-ownership-players - Long but good read

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man like kenyon

 

di goat

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Neymar's parents had the right idea setting up an Investment company to be in control of their son's economic rights.

How many parents receive £30M from a club all in one go?

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porchy i need schooling on what your doing

 

where do i start?

 

how do i set up one of these investment companies to control economic rights of players i have discovered & will discover?

 

we could even set up an agreement for you to get a percentage of my first deal (i'm 100% serious on this as i know anything of value has a price on it and nobody would give it up for free)

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Register yourself as a company.

Target clubs who have no money(Argentine,Greek,Belgian,Dutch,Portuguese clubs)

Find players who are prepared to play outside England(The Fuckbwais in this country are against third party)

To get your company off the ground you have to do this it's a must

If you have a relative who is aged 18+ and is different when it comes to ability wise(skillful,technique,mentality) make him the poster boy of your company then cash strapped clubs and other talented players will come running.

I was thinking of setting up my own company but at age 26 I am thinking it would be a waste of time

Too many robots(all these players seem to be the same it's difficult to find a player who is different)

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third party ownership will soon totally outdo agents in the forseeable future this country best get used it

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Everyone talks about Porto e Benfica making £££ from transfers.

How can they if never own 100% rights of a player.

They can never afford to pay the whole transfer fee required its always 30% of the players rights.

The money they do recieve it goes straight to supporters trust fund company

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Register yourself as a company.

Target clubs who have no money(Argentine,Greek,Belgian,Dutch,Portuguese clubs)

Find players who are prepared to play outside England(The f*ckbwais in this country are against third party)

To get your company off the ground you have to do this it's a must

If you have a relative who is aged 18+ and is different when it comes to ability wise(skillful,technique,mentality) make him the poster boy of your company then cash strapped clubs and other talented players will come running.

I was thinking of setting up my own company but at age 26 I am thinking it would be a waste of time

Too many robots(all these players seem to be the same it's difficult to find a player who is different)

 

thanks for that mate

 

26 is too old? i'm 27

 

surely its not about age is it? its about finding said players, following the model nah?

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Register yourself as a company.

Target clubs who have no money(Argentine,Greek,Belgian,Dutch,Portuguese clubs)

Find players who are prepared to play outside England(The f*ckbwais in this country are against third party)

To get your company off the ground you have to do this it's a must

If you have a relative who is aged 18+ and is different when it comes to ability wise(skillful,technique,mentality) make him the poster boy of your company then cash strapped clubs and other talented players will come running.

I was thinking of setting up my own company but at age 26 I am thinking it would be a waste of time

Too many robots(all these players seem to be the same it's difficult to find a player who is different)

thanks for that mate

26 is too old? i'm 27

surely its not about age is it? its about finding said players, following the model nah?

No age is too old or too young

I am saying I am 26 years old and don't feel to do it if I was to start it would be when I am about 30

Do you have a player in mind?

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oh i get you

 

and yeah i do have a player in mind but i can't share that lol, he'll hopefully be my ticket into this investment ownership deals

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No he shouldn't

There are other avenues he can take

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:lol:

He called you Abdi cuz you're Somali and Somalis call themselves Abdi.

Kerser is a funny lad

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:lol:

He called you Abdi cuz you're Somali and Somalis call themselves Abdi.

Kerser is a funny lad

pmsl

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