Professional footballer turned financial advisor: "Life can't end at 34"

Lasse Vibe has played football professionally since he was a teenager. Now, he has hung up his boots for a role helping other athletes manage their fortunes.

Lasse Vibe | Photo: Tycho Gregers/Ritzau Scanpix

When Lasse Vibe graduated from high school, he could afford his own apartment and a small car.

In this sense, he was different from his friends, who were still living at home or in shared apartments while they worked minimum-wage jobs to fund their gap year travels or studies.

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