RIP Adam Jodoin

It is with enormous sadness that World in Motion announces the tragic and premature death of 25 year old employee Adam Jodoin. Adam passed away at 13.25 today in Hammersmith hospital having initially collapsed last Sunday 6th September on the finishing line of a Half Marathon race in London.

Adam joined World in Motion in November 2013. He very quickly established himself as an integral member of the team, a well respected agent and the driving force behind the company expansion into the Polish football market in particular.

Adam was an incredibly driven, intelligent and hardworking young man. Fluent in French, Spanish and Polish he quickly established a niche for himself in player representation within these markets, alongside the work he carried out in the UK.

There is no doubt Adam would have enjoyed an incredibly successful career working in the industry he loved. He also displayed a true compassion for his clients, and worked tirelessly to ensure he delivered the best service he possibly could.

Not only was Adam a dedicated professional, but he was also a thoroughly decent human being with a strong moral code, loyal to his friends and dedicated to the family he loved dearly. It is a measure of his popularity, and the respect with which he was held by clients, peers and friends alike, that we have been inundated with expressions of condolence since news of his passing began to spread.

No words can truly express the great sadness felt by all of us at World in Motion at the loss of a respected colleague and friend.

RIP Adam Jodoin

Please contact Chairman Andy Evans on +447770942520 / aevans@worldinmotion.com for any further information.

Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon signs new contract with Celtic

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In other news from our Hungarian office, former Hearts and international goalkeeper Janos Balogh has signed a two-year contract with Debrecen.

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