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Amount each League Two club including Forest Green and Cheltenham Town paid agents in last year

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Forest Green spent £79,372 in agent fees over the last year, according to new figures.

Forest Green were the second-highest spenders in League Two on representatives and intermediaries between February 1, 2020, and 2021. However, the figure is in stark contrast to the £175,000 they spent in 2016/17.

Boss Mark Cooper insisted some of the figures listed were wide of the mark, he said: “All I’ll say is that there will be clubs who disclose what they’re paying and an awful lot of clubs that don’t.”

Salford, whose outlay of £137,884, dwarfed the other clubs. In total, League Two teams spent £1,069, 115.

League Two agents an intermediaries fees from February 1, 2020, to February 1, 2021

Salford City – £137,884

Forest Green Rovers – £79,372

Leyton Orient – £72,117

Bradford City – £71,369

Mansfield Town – £66,045

Cheltenham Town – £52,676

Bolton Wanderers – £52,673

Harrogate Town – £50,118

Port Vale – £46,319

Scunthorpe United – £42,920

Colchester United – £41,531

Newport County – £41,442

Grimsby Town – £40,515

Carlisle United – £39,360

Walsall – £31,214

Crawley Town – £30,102

Tranmere Rovers – £29,926

Exeter City – £26,930

Southend United – £26,253

Oldham Athletic – £25,890

Cambridge United – £20,398

Stevenage – £16,250

Morecambe – £14,452

Barrow – £13,359

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