Swindon Town FC first team goal keeping coach Steve Hale joins GK1, part of World in Motion Group.
Johannes Luukkanen, Finland’s number one keeper, has signed for GK1/WIM.
World in Motion have signed US goalkeeper Chris Konopka. Chris is the first American born soccer player to ever win the Irish Double and also the first to win back-to-back FAI Cup
World in Motion client Jack Storer has moved from Stevenage to Birmingham City. For more
World in Motion and GK1 welcome Australian former professional goal keeper in the role of Football Consultant. Based in Australia but with extensive knowledge of global football, Graham will help WIM/GK1 with their activities in the Australian market.
World in Motion would like to congratulate goalkeeper George Long on recently making his 100th start for Sheffield United. Long, 22 is a former England U20 international and made his debut for the Blades in 2011.
World in Motion client and Inverness midfielder Ross Draper recently signed a new long-term contract to extend his stay with the Scottish Cup holders until 2019.
Draper, 27, has been a mainstay of the Inverness midfield in recent years and manager John Hughes was delighted to keep hold of one of his key players. Hughes said: “Last year when captain Richie Foran fell injured Ross Draper really took up the mantle… He’s got leadership qualities and we’re delighted to get him tied up.”
Danish international midfielder Casper Sloth recently signed a two year representation agreement with World in Motion. We are delighted that the 23 year old Leeds United player has joined our team!
Prolific Nigerian striker and World in Motion client, Leke James, has moved from Aalesund to Beijing Enterprise Group for a fee of €2m. He signs a 3 year contract (with a 1 year option) following a successful medical.
World in Motion/GK1 goalkeeper Matt Jones has finalised his move to the MLS to play for Philadelphia Union. He moves to the Union on an initial one year loan, with terms already agreed for a longer contract if the Union want to extend.