Struggling Young Athletes & Abusive Intermediaries with Asymmetric Power - According to Canadian researchers, 86% of promising young athletes live below the poverty line with very limited choices to get the funds they need. The struggle to sustain living is especially pronounced in the early stages of a career, preventing young athletes from their focus on training & results. Without any widely adopted platform in place, where young athletes could have direct access to a broad pool of funds it provides ample opportunities for abusive and murky intermediaries to exploit the situation. Indeed, according to FIFA President, Gianni Infantino agents, possess asymmetric disproportionate power in the market (see quotations below). According to the UEFA report, the average agent commission in 2017 was 12.6% or a massive $700 million, with registered precedents of commission rate going as high as 40%.