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  • Dave

    Don’t:
    Forget that luck is a major factor.

  • Kenneth Sanders

    Yet another great article Shane! Thanks.

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  • Jessy Vee

    Interesting reading. I wonder how this trickles down as low as the continental squads, and whether agents are worried about the whispers of smaller pelotons, smaller teams and less number of teams at the World Tour level.

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  • Abdu

    Nice piece Shane, and kudos to the agents who gave their time and thoughts.
    Maybe we need The Secret Pro to dish the dirt on who and how these deals work…? It would be interesting to know how the likes of JV negotiate for instance.

  • Derek Maher

    Good article Shane on a barely touched subject.
    Agents with the ability to sell a good product and get a bidding war going make the most money.
    Of course most sports have found these middle men have really driven club and team costs through the roof adding their percentage take to the sports persons fees.
    Smaller teams and clubs lose out as they cannot compete with inflated fees.Plus any gifted people they have brought on are quickly taken on board by agents and sold to the highest bidder.

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