Representing the Sportsperson's
Do all professional sportspeople obtain the rewards that they deserve from their sporting career - this may either in terms of sporting rewards, personal rewards or financial rewards, but why is this the case?
Distractions away from the 'sporting arena' can often have a very detrimental effect on sporting performance. In the example of the professional footballer it is not solely down to how much their contract is worth in terms of the basic salary - but also how the contract is structured, if the club is right for them at that time, if the opprortunity presents progression for them and most importantly whether they are happy.
Quite often sports people look to become professionals for their 'love of the sport', however it would be unrealistic to think that this is the sole reason for them to pursue a professional sports career. Chiron will look at the long term interests of the client and recognise their objectives and motivators and how best achieve and these, whichmay include such elements as :
Chiron assist in representing the client in a fair and ethical manner that benefits their overall career. We recognise not only their needs and objectives but also those of their employer (club) or prospective employer (club). Unless the sports person is happy, how can they be expected to perform? This may be detrimental to their value, career, lifestyle and sporting employer.