Originally Posted by dr325i
I am not sure I believe.your last comment since you mentioned once that you were in your 30s. You either lied about your age, your experience or you believe you are THAT good. Reading your comments on this board, I assume it is the last one which is lying to yourself and to others...
Btw, still waiting on your 20-yr experienced explanation what happened to the world's #4 before signing up with Adidas? Was his contract so flexible to allow him to wear Niles at some slams as he wanted?
Give it a rest drop-kick. Worked in agency while studying, worked for years, studied again while working in another agency.... just shy of 20. Close enough for most people I imagine.
You are such an unmitigated blow-hard on this topic it's beyond funny man - especially when you post pretty reasonably elsewhere on the forum. Typical of someone who is so cocksure of themselves always banging on about how experienced they are, how big the company they work for is, how bla bla bla. No-one cares and it makes no difference to your desperate desire to be some paternal overseer on all things related to Djokovic.
As I said earlier, the reason why I hadn't put what I did - and I haven't yet in any detail (nor have you - but I know you've got a background in sales by the way you approach every situation) - is I don't give two hoots what you think of me. For all I know you dress up as a ninja or wear Djokovic pyjamas to get your jollies. It. Means. Nothing. To. Me.... other than having a good laugh every time you espouse your musings on something which for a fact
you cannot be certain about. The entire topic is merely people comparing their views, related examples and experiences to work out what is/maybe going on. The fact you are so completely sure of your position when it barely makes commercial sense, and despite the elementary level example you've used (re: lack of website mentions etc) which you've repeated ad nauseum in attempts to bolster your view is pretty hilarious. You literally wont concede a single point on the topic and yet think your own broad strokes analogies cannot be faulted.
I, and Jokinla, have posited many reasonable examples and anecdotes related to sponsorship - some of which will be wrong and some which will be right and others in-between, but you simply wont accept any of them.
I'd like to say this is the last I have to say in this thread, but it probably wont be.