Forest Pay Out £76,100 In Agents Fees
The Football League have announced details of payments made by clubs to Football Agents, during the 2007/08 season.
The figures show that Forest paid out £76,100 to agents for the period, which is quite modest in comparison to Leeds who shelled out £373,000 and failed to win promotion. That was the highest amount paid out by any club in League 1 last year. Swansea who finished as Champions only paid out £47,386.
This is the fourth year in succession that the Football League have released these figures, after clubs voted to do so in 2003. A curious glimpse at the figures as a whole, shows that Leicester City forked out more than any other club in the entire League (£1,630,287) and got relegated.