Summary

From the young age of four, Jerome Anderson loved London football, and in particular, Arsenal  Football Club. Jerome’s love for the North London Premier league club blossomed as stars          including Georgie Armstrong and George Eastham were regular visitors at the family home.         Arsenal was secured as Jerome’s team when he was given former Arsenal forward George            Eastham’s boots as a gift. Jerome owned a share in the Club, received as a gift and treasured as a sign of his commitment and loyalty.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Jerome’s first client was Arsenal’s Charlie Nicholas and from Nicholas, other players followed suit – recognizing Anderson’s devotion and commitment. Anderson is referenced in many of his         player clients’ autobiographies and has a collection of     memorabilia and gifts including Charlie Nicholas’s shirt after the forward lifted the Carling Cup in 1989.                                                              

Jerome represented nine of Arsenal’s 1989 winning side. In the football world, Anderson has        represented some 200 professional footballers throughout Europe. Jerome was at the forefront of monumental moments in football, especially evident in the memorable  moment that saw     the aforementioned Wright, then playing for Crystal Palace, returning after a   broken leg to         score two goals against Manchester United in the 1990 FA Cup Final.                                                                                                                    

In 2001, Sport Entertainment and Media Group was created, bringing Jerome Anderson to the    market and extending his reach beyond football. He played a huge role in one of the most           lucrative bouts in heavyweight history, becoming the        agent of the ‘last undisputed world       heavyweight champion’, Lennox Lewis, in a bout against Tyson that was described by The              Telegraph (23 December 2009) as one of ‘the moments of the                                                                decade.’                                                                                                                                                                 

Now retired from his position at SEM, the well-respected Anderson is no longer a shareholder at the company. Jerome was at the forefront of the establishment of the David Rocastle Trust,         following the untimely death of his friend, David Rocastle. The trust was chosen by Arsenal FC as their club charity for the 2005-2006 season and aims to help benefit families and                             communities.                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Skills

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