Football player wants to advise teammates about their private economies: "There is a huge need"

Lasse Vibe is new partner at a family office, which advises athletes about their private economies, among other things. The sports star, who has a master's degree in economics, will help players to avoid risky investment and teach them to spread their investments and take advantage of the compounded rate of interest.

Lasse Vibe playing for Brentford in 2017. | Photo: Tony O'brien/Action Images/Ritzau Scanpix

33-year-old Lasse Vibe has achieved what most football-crazy kids can only dream of.

He has played for the Danish national team. He has had a long international career, and he is currently having a successful season as a forward for FC Midtjylland, who are leading the pack in the Danish super league.

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