Romel Wallen

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Football biography

Romel Vaughn Wallen (born 29 June 1980 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a former Jamaican football player. He is now a FIFA licensed agent, and sports broker[1] based in the United Kingdom. Having long ties in football, Wallen has emerged as a top football agent[2] for Caribbean players who play professionally in Europe.[3][4][5][6]

Football career

A former national player; he won 21 youth International caps representing Jamaica, primarily under the guidance of Jamaica's only World Cup coach, Brazilian, Rene Simoes.[7] He earned International caps against the likes of France, Chile, and United States. Competed in the 1996 Concacaf World Cup qualifying U-17 tournament, hosted in Costa Rica.[8]


Wallen, a Wolmer's Boys' School graduate, also studied in United States, where he graduated from The Hotchkiss School in June 2000. After gaining a scholarship to attend a liberal arts college, Williams College, earned a bachelor's degree in Political Science and Psychology. (2004).[9][10][11][12][13]

Sports management

Wallen is founder and Managing Director of London-based sports management firm, Pro-Goals Sports Capital.[14][15]

External links


  1. "Players' Agents List". FIFA website, 2011 Template:Dead link
  2. Marvellous Miller. Reggaeboyz keeper attracts German clubs, wins Swedish award
  3. "Romel Wallen vs Phil Graham". Reggae Boyz Forum,4 August 2010
  4. "Consider Scandinavia". Jamaica Star, 26 February 2011
  5. "Lucrative three-year contract for Stewart". Jamaica Gleaner,2 August 2010
  6. Miller helps Syrianska FC to Swedish D1 title". Jamaica Observer, 2 November 2010
  7. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Jamaica nat teams
  8. Tournament Archives. Concacaf website
  9. Alumni Directory. The Hotchkiss School
  10. Alumni Directory. Williams College
  11. Jamaican Footballers in American Universities. Reggae Boyz Fan site
  12. Ephs bump off defending National Champs. Williams College Sports News,16 November 2002
  13. Fatigued Ephs battle back from the brink to win Semi-final thriller. Williams College Sports News
  14. About Us. Pro-Goals Sports
  15. Unknown US teen prospect lands pro soccer shot in Argentina. Yahoo Sports