Sky Andrew

Sky Andrew

Born in Newham, East London, Sky Andrew came from humble beginnings,
his mother worked in a pie factory and his father worked on London's buses.

During a successful sporting career, Sky represented GB at the Seoul Olympics,
won 3 Commonwealth gold medals, a World team cup silver and 14 individual
National titles.

In the mid-nineties he became the first licensed black football agent.

2001 saw Andrew negotiate one of the biggest and most high profile transfers
ever seen in football when Sol Campbell joined Arsenal from Tottenham Hotspur.

Sky Andrew won a Barclays Bank 'Man of Merit Award' in 2002 and
was named the BEA Entrepreneur of The Year in 2003.

Some of sport and entertainment's biggest names are represented by Andrew.

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