Ricky Cowan of the now apparently defunct 110sport has joined forces with International Sports Management, headed by leading sports agent Andrew 'Chubby' Chandler.

John Carroll, a long time 110sport director and a familiar figure at tournaments, will also be part of the set up.

"ISM will now have a presence in Scotland to further grow their portfolio of sports stars and commercial interests throughout the world," said a statement.

ISM represent a host of golfers, including Ernie Els, Lee Westwood and Rory McIlroy. The group also represents cricketers and footballers.

They will now presumably be representing snooker players too, although it's not clear how many of 110's former clients will be involved in the new arrangement.

110sport Group went into liquidation last month.


Anonymous said...


story in scottish papers

Anonymous said...

Dave, can you explain what happens now with 110sport's clients? Are they going elsewhere or is Lee Doyle still staying in the business in some form and keeps managing their affairs? I'm afraid I don't quite understand how it all works.

Dave H said...

I assume the players are free to sign with whoever they want to, Chandler included

Lee Doyle has nothing to do with the new arrangement