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Carmine "Mino" Raiola (4 November 1967 - 30 April 2022) was an Italian football specialist referred to for having addressed players like Pavel Nedvěd, Zlatan Ibrahimović, and Paul Pogba.

Raiola started his vocation in the Netherlands in 1992, where he had resided since moving there as a kid, helping move Dutch players to Italy's Serie A.

After beginning his own office, he turned into a famous super-specialist who was associated with a significant number of the most prominent and costly exchanges of the new thousand years.

A questionable figure, Raiola fostered a standing among players as the best specialist for his clients, while numerous proprietors and supervisors considered him conniving.

Early life

Raiola was born in 1967 in Nocera Inferiore, Campania, in southern Italy. He moved to the Dutch city of Haarlem a year after the fact with his folks.

Experiencing childhood in the Netherlands, his dad laid out a chain of pizza shops, where Raiola spent his more youthful years, first washing dishes trying to develop nearer to his dad, and later as a server.

Because his Dutch-language abilities were more noteworthy than those of his dad, he in the long run started exhorting and sorting out inside the business.

Simultaneously, he got his secondary school recognition and went to college for quite some time, signing up for the Faculty of Law.

In a 2016 meeting with German games magazine 11 Freunde, he said his regulation investigations were sat around; "all things considered, I can purchase legal advisors".

He began playing football for the adolescent group of HFC Haarlem, however, halted at age 18 in 1987 to become top of the young group, and later as the clubs' specialized chief.

Organization vocation

After a concise endeavor as a player and manager, Raiola stayed engaged with the football world as a football specialist.

He started working at Sports Promotions, the organization of a game and aided the exchanges of a few high-profile Dutch players to Italian clubs, including Ajax player Bryan Roy (in 1992 to Foggia), Marciano Vink (in 1993 to Genoa), Wim Jonk and Dennis Bergkamp (both in 1993 to Internazionale), and Michel Kreek (in 1994 to Padua).

Addressing British telecaster Sky Sports in 2021, Roy and Kreek both lauded Raiola for his capacity to help them settle and get some margin to assist with regular parts of their lives, including opening financial balances, purchasing vehicles, and convenience.

While remaining with Roy in Foggia, Raiola met his significant other and experienced the club's director Zdeněk Zeman, with whom he immediately became companions.

Zeman needed a player "who spilled like Maradona, ran 17 km for each game and prepared like an enthusiast", yet Raiola accepted such a player didn't exist.

In the wake of dropping out with Rob Jansen, who had established Sports Promotions and had been Raiola's chief, he chose to leave the organization and go into business.

In 1995, the European Court of Justice's Bosman administering permitted out-of-agreement players to move all through the European Union without move charges; combined with an expansion in TV cash in the game.

This made exchanges and player contracts more significant in club football, and thusly implied specialists were more important to players than any other time.

His most memorable significant free exchange was Pavel Nedvěd's marking from Sparta Prague for Lazio following his noteworthy execution at UEFA Euro 1996.

Lazio's chief at the time was Zeman and was the player he had mentioned from Raiola years sooner.

Raiola sold the format of Nedved, a "fanatic" who "can prepare more earnestly than you can envision", to a few players all through his vocation.

Raiola induced Nedved's exchange to Juventus in 2001, where he would win the Ballon d'Or in 2003, bringing about a commission of six billion lire.

He later directed a few of Zlatan Ibrahimović's exchanges that drove him to be aggregately the second-most costly footballer in history by 2016.

In 2008, he was engaged in two disciplinary hearings induced by the Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio (FIGC) for move anomalies as a component of a more extensive examination of expert football by Italian specialists.

In August 2016, in the wake of shutting the world record move of Paul Pogba to Manchester United, Raiola made a revealed €25 million from Pogba's €105 million exchange; in this way, he purchased the previous Miami home of one of America's most well-known crowd supervisors, Al Capone, for €9 million.

On 8 May 2019, the Italian Football Federation prohibited Raiola from going about as a specialist agent for a very long time for undisclosed reasons, while his cousin Vincenzo Raiola was restricted for a long time.

On 10 May, the boycotts were broadened overall after the FIFA Disciplinary Committee consumed the Italian alliance's choices.

On 13 June, after Raiola and his cousin pursued the first boycott to the Federal Court of Appeal in Italy, they won, bringing about a renouncing of the three-month boycott.

In 2019, Raiola, alongside individual specialists Roger Wittmann [de], Jorge Mendes, and Jonathan Barnett, shaped "The Football Forum", worldwide development of players and specialists to assist with making another football framework that went against FIFA.

On 22 January 2020, Raiola, alongside Mendes and Barnett among others, compromised FIFA with lawful authorizations following the arranged cap on move installments.

During a 2021 meeting with The Athletic, Raiola made sense that his sentiments towards FIFA originated from the numerous outrages and charges of debasement focused on the association.


Considered a "super-specialist", Raiola was among the most high-profile specialists in football, with his inclusion in rewarding exchanges making him as well known as his clients. "

"He was routinely sorted as being among the most extravagant and most remarkable specialists in the game, and upon his passing in 2022, Italian paper La Gazzetta Dello Sport depicted him as "the most impressive, the best, the most examined".

Because of his prosperity, he was a disputable figure considered to be corrupt and brazen, and his reckless style drove him to a struggle with figures all through world football.

For example, Napoli administrator Aurelio De Laurentiis, who he contrasted with fundamentalist tyrant Benito Mussolini, and previous Manchester United supervisor Alex Ferguson, who named him a "shitbag" while reviewing dealings he had with Raiola which lead to the takeoff of Paul Pogba from the club.

Football chief Adriano Galliani, who managed Raiola at AC Milan, said he and Raiola fostered a positive relationship given compassion because of the clashing interests of the other and recognizing that Raiola just needed what was best for his clients.

Raiola was known as a hardball mediator, and as a supported his specialist clients from analysis, frequently prompting him to utilize the media to affront intellectuals and chiefs like Paul Scholes, and Pep Guardiola, expressing that as "an individual he's an outright zero. He's a weakling, a canine".

Dutch writer Taco van cave Velde credited his prosperity to his persistent effort and knowledge, and his capacity to battle for what was best for his client.

Raiola portrayed himself as an "altruist" as opposed to individual specialist Jorge Mendes, who he depicted as a "prideful person", because of the contrasting inspirations of both.

Because of working for his dad's eatery, the exaggeration of Raiola as the "pizza-creator" was shaped following a conflict with previous Inter Milan player Siniša Mihajlović.

He was frequently described as being from the American TV program The Sopranos because of his character, design sense, and demeanor, including by Ibrahimović, and was consistently misjudged because of his appearance.

In his self-portrayal I Am Zlatan Ibrahimović, he picked Raiola as his new specialist given a depiction by Dutch writer Thijs Slegers [nl] of "Mafioso".

Composing for the Spanish paper Marca in 2016, José Félix Díaz noticed that Raiola's home in Monaco was a little condo as opposed to an extravagant manner, and his way of life had not changed, picking not to wear extravagant attire.

His office was situated in Monte Carlo and had "no hints of extravagance" as indicated by the Italian paper La Repubblica, and just four representatives.

Individual life and demise

Raiola dwelled in the territory of Monaco with his loved ones. He communicated in seven dialects: Italian, English, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese and Dutch.

In January 2022, Raiola was confessed to San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, where he went through a medical procedure.

The staff of Raiola denied reports he was in escalated care, depicting them as "routine checks", and he was released ten days after the fact.

In April, Raiola's colleague and a specialist treating him both showed that Raiola was "battling" for his life.

On 28 April, a few media sources detailed his demise, which he in this way disproved in a web-based entertainment post, expressing: "Second time in 4 months they kill me."

On 30 April, Raiola's family made an announcement affirming that he had kicked the bucket at 54 years old.