Town Reveal Agents' Fees
Friday, 30th Nov 2012 14:52
Town have announced that they made payments of £364,252.84 to licensed agents during the period October 1st 2011 to September 30th 2012.
An FA rule requires that payments made to licensed agents must be published on clubs’ websites before the end of November.
In August, the Football League's Agents' Fees Report showed that the Blues had spent £233,990 on agents’ fees in the year to June 30th 2012.
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