Lao Premier League chief executive and Assistant General Secretary Mano Nhouvannasak will leave the Federation at the end of March to join German Bundesliga side VFL Wolfsburg.
The 30-year-old has spent 4 years at Lao Football Federation, joining the organisation in 2013 as Assistant General Secretary. Furthermore Mano Nhouvannasak was Marketing commercial director. In this capacity he has overseen the attainment of record revenues in the area of Sponsorships and media rights. 2016 he became chief executive officer for the Lao Premier League.
"This has always been more than just a job for me because the honor to serve the country it and emotional connection with the Lao Football family." said Mano.
Mano acknowledged Bundesliga top-tier VFL Wolfsburg are among the "best managed professional" clubs in Europe as his new role in International Business Development in Asia. He said: “As the club’s strategic plans of expansion in China - Asia market will offers the Wolves many business opportunities. In partnership, we will intend to set up more youth football schools in China.”
“It is fantastic continue to focus on Asian football, which corresponds to my interest. The Bundesliga clubs shows a healthy way forward with philosophy, competence and innovation might Asian clubs can take inspiration from it.”
/Lao Premier League