Zimbabwean sports agent Ellen Chiwenga named in England’s Football Black List

Zimbabwean sports agent Ellen Chiwenga named in England’s Football Black List. Zimbabwean Ellen Chiwenga has been named in England Football Black List which highlights black industry professionals who are positive influencers, black figures working in various areas of the game. The names in the seven categories are decided by a vote by representatives of the Premier League, Professional Footballers’ Association, League Managers’ Association, EFL and anti-racism group Kick It Out.

Ellen has held a FIFA and FA licence for the many years regulated by the FA as a registered intermediary and a member of the association of football agents. Ellen started her career as an international chief football scout. She worked for a spell for top managers in EPL and LA-LIGA as a scout before deciding to become a football agent whereupon she successfully built up an impressive roster of clients. She was born and bred in Zimbabwe.

In the footballer’s list Liverpool’s Sadio Mane, Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling and  Tottenham’s Danny Rose, Tottenham and
Sadio Mane, Liverpool.

Cyrille Regis Players’ Award:
Anita Asante, Chelsea Women
Danny Rose, Tottenham
Eniola Aluko, Juventus Women
Raheem Sterling, Manchester City
Sadio Mane, Liverpool

Amanda Hudson, director of education – Wada
Joanie Evans, co-president, Federation of Gay Games
Lungi Macebo, chief operating officer, Birmingham City FC
Sarah Ebanja, chief executive, Tottenham Hotspur Foundation
Vivienne Aiyela, non-executive director, London FA
Coaching and management:

Chris Ramsey MBE, technical director, Queens Park Rangers
Colin Omogbehin, Under-23 academy head coach, Fulham FC
Coreen Brown, academy coach, Arsenal Ladies
Justin Cochrane, head coach, England Under-15 team
Michael Johnson, manager, Guyana national team

Dominique Delvaille, women brand director, Nike
Donna Bartley, senior associate, Morgan Sports Law
ELLEN CHIWENGA football match agent, EC Football Consultancy
GavinLee Ellison, head of global operations, Concave Football
Tobi Alabi, founder, Heart 4 More Foundation and football agent
Community and Grassroots:

Bobby Kasanga, founder, Hackney Wick FC
Francesca Brown, founder, Goals4Girls
Iqraa Ismail, founder, NUR Women’s Football Club
Dr Mark Prince, founder, Kiyan Prince Foundation
Nick Bignall, ambassador, Colour Blindness Awareness

Adrian Kajumba, football reporter, Daily Mail
Anne-Marie Batson, freelance sports broadcaster
Clinton Forde, co-founder, Rootz TV
Felicia Pennant, editor, SEASON zine
Joel Beya, co-founder, Cheeky Sport

Akil Howson, assistant referee, English Football League
Dr John Iga, head of performance services, Huddersfield Town
David Rainford, club support manager, Premier League
Jehmeil Lemonius, sports campaign manager, Stonewall
Lorna Falconer, head of football operations, Brentford FC

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