PFA welcome Hulse's signing
By Chris Stanton
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Chief executive Gordon Taylor believes Rob Hulse will benefit from the PFA's agency.
Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Gordon Taylor has expressed his delight after Rob Hulse signed up to the organisation's management agency.
The Leeds striker became the latest player to sign up to the PFA's management initiative and Taylor believes it will offer Hulse piece of mind.
"He can put his head on the pillow at night and know that he hasn't got anything to worry about," Taylor told Sky Sports News.
"The vast majority of our qualified football agents have been through the game themselves, they've all been experienced players who have been there and got the T-shirt.
"More and more clubs are asking us to come in and look after their young players."
Hulse believes signing up to the PFA's agency will prove a benefit to his career.
"It's such a big organisation that's going to help me in every way and I like them," added Hulse.
"They have friendly staff so, yeah, it was an easy decision to make."