DRFC Agents fees announced
The Football League have published the latest figures for player agents fees for last season and Doncaster Rovers are thirteenth highest in the Championship.
Doncaster spent £387,770 over the course of 2010/11 season to agents, which included 49 transactions.
In total the 49 transactions included, 14 new registrations/transfers, 24 updated contracts, 3 cancelled contracts and 8 loans.
Three clubs went through the one million barrier with Queens Park Rangers the highest spending £1,770,262. Middlesbrough 1,598,228 and Leicester City 1,280,200 were next.
Scunthorpe United paid out the least amount, spending £119,008.
Only three other clubs spent less than £200,000 with Millwall £172,000, Watford £173,898 and Preston North End 193,250 the clubs to do so.
Promoted side Swansea City were also amongst those nearer the bottom end of the table spending £236,760.
In total in the championship, £14,089,702 was spent.
Queens Park Rangers £1,770,262
Leicester City £1,280,200
Hull City £993,026
Norwich City £883,200
Bristol City £853,900
Leeds United £788,630
Cardiff City £613,510
Nottingham Forest £450,900
Doncaster Rovers £387,770
Ipswich Town £376,352
Coventry City £314,967
Crystal Palace £293,180
Derby County £289,500
Sheffield United £284,684
Swansea City £238,760
Preston North End £193,250
Scunthorpe United £119,008
Elsewhere in the Football League, Sheffield Wednesday were the highest spenders in League One (£415,660) and Shrewsbury Town the highest in League Two (£43,084).
Only eight clubs in the entire Football League did not spend any cash on agent`s fees last season.
League One side Hartlepool United as well as Accrington Stanley, Barnet, Cheltenham Town, Crewe Alexandra, Macclesfield Town, Stevenage and Stockport County the sides not to spend a penny.
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