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Online football business network hits the market

The platform, launched on August 29, gives footballers a chance to showcase their skills and network with agents, other players and clubs. Currently players from more than 40 countries have an online presence on the website. 

"We are incredibly excited to introduce this service," said a Fieldoo.com spokesperson. “In recent years we have seen a great number of online services offering statistic data and game data analysis mainly for top clubs and teams over the world. Yet we are turning back to the heart of the game, its players, to every player out there, who is dreaming to become a new star, or every local hero who just wants to make life-time memories of his football talent.

"Football truly is the world’s game, and Fieldoo will allow footballers and also agents everywhere showcase their own unique skills to help boost their career.”

Agents interested in expanding their reach into new markets are able to use their Fieldoo.com profile page as their personal business website, customisable with a range of different templates and options.
 

 

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