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|Glenn Hoddle's Corruption Allegations Over Nigeria Job Lead To Inquiry by lagerwhenindoubt(m): 1:42pm On Mar 26, 2010|
Glenn Hoddle's decision to walk away from a near-£1m contract to manage Nigeria at the 2010 World Cup has sparked a corruption investigation. Nigerian police are seeking statements from Hoddle and the agent who represented him, Olatunji John Shittu.
Now I know one Nairalander in particular who will accuse Glenn of coming up with this stupendous story (yes y know him too).
I leave the rest to you
|Re: Glenn Hoddle's Corruption Allegations Over Nigeria Job Lead To Inquiry by MRbrownJAY(m): 2:24pm On Mar 26, 2010|
this kind of practice happens everywhere and in all walks of life, not only sport.
they just have different names for it: agent fees, finders fee, commission, referral fee and the list goes on. . . . . . .
|Re: Glenn Hoddle's Corruption Allegations Over Nigeria Job Lead To Inquiry by deb(m): 3:01pm On Mar 26, 2010|
Is somebody excusing corruption? Why can't they announce what he's to be paid while they give the "agent" his money?
|Re: Glenn Hoddle's Corruption Allegations Over Nigeria Job Lead To Inquiry by MRbrownJAY(m): 7:23pm On Mar 26, 2010|
if you look at any football transfer, they never write what the player or team is going to get MINUS the agent fee, they write the whole transfer money. boxing/tennis matches also.
happens in the real estate market also and they even have contracts to back up and justify their "cut".
any actor/artist who is advertised as being paid "x" millions for their part in any project gets this money MINUS the agent/managers fee etc.
depending on what deal they have with their agents/managers, these athletes or artists only get 70% or less of what is advertised in the media.
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