Entries by Mariela Kirova

Matt Jones moves to Philadelphia Union

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.

European Expansion

Through the link with Golden Star Management in Helsinki, World in Motion have expanded their operation in Europe.  Headed up by Jonne Lindblom and with offiices in Helsinki, Stockholm and Tallinn, Golden Star provides World in Motion with a greater network for footballers and clubs alike.

US Connection

World in Motion have formalised ties with RWMG in the United States.  Headed up by Michael Gorman, RWMG will now consult to World in Motion to work on a relationship with the MLS market from their base in Los Angeles, along with the South American market through their office in Colombia.

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 […]

Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon signs new contract with Celtic

Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon signs new contract with Celtic World in Motion client Craig Gordon has extended his contract with Scottish champions Celtic until 2018. The Scotland international – who won the Scottish Football Writers’ Player of the Year award in 2014/15 – made over 50 appearances for last year’s league and league cup winners. […]

U20s World Cup starlet signs for Vasas FC

Attila Osvath, who impressed for Hungary U20s at the recent U20s World Cup, has signed a three-year deal with Vasas FC. In other news from our Hungarian office, former Hearts and international goalkeeper Janos Balogh has signed a two-year contract with Debrecen.

Foderingham signs for Scottish giants Rangers

Former England youth international Wes Foderingham has signed a three-year deal with Rangers Football Club. World in Motion goalkeeper Foderingham, 24, is excited about his new club: “It’s a massive club and a fantastic opportunity,” he said. “I spoke to a few clubs in England but I want to help bring the good times back here.”