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Agent predicts bright future for Irish players

While agents often come in for bad press, football agent Alvaro Blasco says his profession is necessary to protect the rights of players, writes Linda Maher

27th February, 2010

Last week, Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini declared in a press conference that he didn’t know when star striker Carlos Tévez would return to England.

Hours later, Tévez’s adviser Kia Joorabchian told Sky Sports that the Argentinian would be back in time for yesterday’s game against Chelsea.

The fact that Tévez’s agent seemed to be more informed about the situation than his manager is perhaps...

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