Football agents are known as the men who get things done for the players.
Contract agreements, pay rises, bonuses, appearance fees—even WAGs to have some fun with.
They’re basically their clients' arms and legs off the pitch.
However, football agents have been shed in a very bad light in recent years, due to their animal-like poaching and demands on behalf of players, which have been condemned by managers and players alike.
Sir Alex Ferguson, manager of Manchester United, has spoken about his hatred of football agents. He's even told the media of their tactics.
Ex-Manchester United player Gary Neville has also condemned the role of middle men, stating that he would like to see them removed from the game completely.
The outspoken defender has said that the motives of these men are only to siphon money off players, claiming footballers are much better without them.
So what makes these football agents such hated men?
We take a look at the four most hated football agents that have tarnished the image of the beautiful game in England.