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Rovers agent fees revealed

The money spent on agent fees has been revealed by all 20 Premier League clubs and Rovers have clocked in with a rather big amount of 1,610,885. (Or 1 million, 610 thousand 885 pounds.)

Now whilst small in comparison to most clubs, that is still aheck of a lot of money for a club that runs on a tight budget.

Yes, it is a neccesity in todays footballing market but I will still moan!

For a full list of the agent fees table, please see below...

Arsenal - 4,760,241
Aston Villa - 1,708,374
Birmingham - 974,982
Blackburn - 1,610,885
Bolton - 3,166,611
Burnley - 468,398
Chelsea - 9,562,223
Everton - 2,008,407
Fulham - 1,469,258
Hull - 1,599,188
Liverpool - 6,657,305
Manchester City - 12,874,283
Manchester United - 1,517,393
Portsmouth - 3,184,725
Stoke - 716,042
Sunderland - 2,007,040
Tottenham - 6,066,935
Wigan - 5,527,548
West Ham - 3,576,972
Wolves - 1,235,703

So for the money Rovers spent on agents we have signed the following players -

- Brad Friedel
- Steven N'Zonzi
- Ryan Nelsen
- Chris Samba

Hopefully that puts it in to perspective!

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The Journalist

Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 1 2009

Time: 9:02AM

Your Comments

Anyone else a little bit disturbed by this or is just me?!
Mikey Delap
We've signed Friedel again woohoo! That supposed to be Robinson?
And what about Jacobsen, Chimbonda, the 2 young swedish players etc? For which period is this? Does it include new contracts if agents get something in that connection .....cheers
GUys i think mikey was just putting it as an equivalent
I meant this as a players we have signed that cost the same combined type thing! This covers everything relating from season 2008/09 as far as agent fees go!
Mikey Delap
Ok my bad i was tired this morning haha. I read what I wanted to read!
That was my first reaction as well fransavarese, so you weren't alone. This is a lot for us to have paid out but nowhere near as much as many others is it.

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