Lasse Vibe

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Looks like Lasse is preparing for life after footfall. He's just taken an internship with BDO in Gothenburg, which should complement the degree he got a few years back. Smart man.
 

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On ITV News this evening making comments about Gareth Bale’s move to China
 

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I know he didnt quite win everyone over on the pitch but seems like a top guy off of it. Alot deeper personality than most footballers id imagine, good read
 

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A very good read- also some good insight into his time with us...

We sometimes forget that the club will want to move a player on even if the player would rather stay.
 

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It would be intereting to see if he could have a role in football post retirement. I would imagine he could be a really good influence and counsellor/mentor to players.
 

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I know he didnt quite win everyone over on the pitch but seems like a top guy off of it. Alot deeper personality than most footballers id imagine, good read

I think he was definitely a fans favourite, something that Sergi took on when he left.
 

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The article is a great read.
It reflects the sort of character Lasse is, which we saw on the pitch, but also that he is a very thoughtful person.

His positive comments about Romaine, remind you what a very good player we have just lost to WBA.

Very interesting background comments about Brentford, and how he found the dressing room to be "a tougher and rougher" place than he was used to in Scandinavia.

Lasse was certainly a fans’ favourite, and his goal scoring record is pretty impressive for the games played.
 

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Seems to be somewhat of a journeyman since he left us!
 

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He's already stated that wants to be in Denmark for his kids' education, so I can't see it.

Odd as his wife and kids were still living in Ealing a couple of weeks back
 

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Odd as his wife and kids were still living in Ealing a couple of weeks back

I wouldn't know about that but his kids were toddlers when he joined the Bees and are now probably at the age where he feels it's important for them to be in their home country for a while at least.

Together with my family, I have made this decision on the basis that we think that our twin boys should be given the opportunity to live in Denmark, attend Danish school and get friends for life. They are so big now that it is a shame to keep moving on them. Since we know that we want to move to Denmark when I stop in Blåvitt, it felt like it was best for them and for us to do it now and not wait a few more years.

https://ifkgoteborg.se/nyheter/a-lag/2019/lasses-egna-ord-om-sin-hemflytt/
 

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FCM! Wouldn’t take a lot to get a loan of him would it?

I wouldn't know about that but his kids were toddlers when he joined the Bees and are now probably at the age where he feels it's important for them to be in their home country for a while at least.



https://ifkgoteborg.se/nyheter/a-lag/2019/lasses-egna-ord-om-sin-hemflytt/

That and the fact the transfer window between England and Denmark is closed until January when at least one reinforcement is arriving and possibly one will return
 

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Would hope he gets plenty of time with his twin boys. How good would he be showing Halil the ropes at this level?
 

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Would hope he gets plenty of time with his twin boys. How good would he be showing Halil the ropes at this level?
I'm not sure Lasse speaks Dutch or Turkish, though.
 

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Loos like he has just joined FCM
Happy to have started my @fcmidtjylland journey but even more happy that the tests are over ���� instagram.com/p/B7EgAuBHdKJ/…
 

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Happy to have started my @fcmidtjylland journey but even more happy that the tests are over ���� instagram.com/p/B7EgAuBHdKJ/…

He signed in November 2019 if you look back a page.
 

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Retiring....


The football clothes are replaced with the suit when the former national team player Lasse Vibe both stops and starts his career. After many successful minutes and scores on football pitches around the world, a new career in business awaits. Lasse Vibe in action for FCM. Photo: Daniel Stentz Lasse Vibe in action for FCM. Photo: Daniel Stentz Lasse Vibe broke through in the football world relatively late. After an untapped time as a young player in AGF, it required a trip to the Danish divisions before he broke through in the Superliga in 2012 as a fast and technically strong 'goal scorer' at SønderjyskE. Then the foreigner called to him. If you look at the attacker's CV, nothing goes wrong. 11 A-national matches under national coach Morten Olsen, a successful career abroad in IFK Gothenburg, Brentford FC and FC Changchun Yatai, respectively, as well as a fair number of matches and goals in various Danish clubs. "I have been both lucky and skilled enough to make a living playing football for a number of years. Although it was never my plan to be a professional, I really appreciate the many great experiences that the football industry has given me - for better or worse. I have learned an incredible amount along the way, and those experiences, together with my education, have led me to start my business career, ”says Lasse Vibe. Have enjoyed it to the fullest After more than a decade as a professional football player, it is a grateful and clarified striker who puts his boots on the shelf. “I would like to thank the people who over the years have given me the opportunity to be part of the professional football world. I have crossed many talented leaders, coaches and players on my path and had experiences that I did not dare dream of as a boy. I've enjoyed it to the fullest, but I'm clear that it's over now. And then I look forward to the next chapter ”. Lasse Vibe has already kickstarted his next career. In future, Vibe will fold in the company Imperium Sports Family Office, which he helped start in 2019. The company offers independent, financial advice to professional athletes. On Monday the 2nd day of Pentecost is the last chance for grass on the knees for Lasse Vibe, before the business career calls.
 

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Retiring....


The football clothes are replaced with the suit when the former national team player Lasse Vibe both stops and starts his career. After many successful minutes and scores on football pitches around the world, a new career in business awaits. Lasse Vibe in action for FCM. Photo: Daniel Stentz Lasse Vibe in action for FCM. Photo: Daniel Stentz Lasse Vibe broke through in the football world relatively late. After an untapped time as a young player in AGF, it required a trip to the Danish divisions before he broke through in the Superliga in 2012 as a fast and technically strong 'goal scorer' at SønderjyskE. Then the foreigner called to him. If you look at the attacker's CV, nothing goes wrong. 11 A-national matches under national coach Morten Olsen, a successful career abroad in IFK Gothenburg, Brentford FC and FC Changchun Yatai, respectively, as well as a fair number of matches and goals in various Danish clubs. "I have been both lucky and skilled enough to make a living playing football for a number of years. Although it was never my plan to be a professional, I really appreciate the many great experiences that the football industry has given me - for better or worse. I have learned an incredible amount along the way, and those experiences, together with my education, have led me to start my business career, ”says Lasse Vibe. Have enjoyed it to the fullest After more than a decade as a professional football player, it is a grateful and clarified striker who puts his boots on the shelf. “I would like to thank the people who over the years have given me the opportunity to be part of the professional football world. I have crossed many talented leaders, coaches and players on my path and had experiences that I did not dare dream of as a boy. I've enjoyed it to the fullest, but I'm clear that it's over now. And then I look forward to the next chapter ”. Lasse Vibe has already kickstarted his next career. In future, Vibe will fold in the company Imperium Sports Family Office, which he helped start in 2019. The company offers independent, financial advice to professional athletes. On Monday the 2nd day of Pentecost is the last chance for grass on the knees for Lasse Vibe, before the business career calls.

Wish him all the best. Did a decent job for us. When he stepped on to the pitch he really connected with the fans in a way that some (like Hogan, imo) never did. Always came across as an intelligent and decent bloke.
 

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All the best Lasse.

Wasn't with us for long, but certainly made a connection with us fans.
 

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Wish him all the best. Did a decent job for us. When he stepped on to the pitch he really connected with the fans in a way that some (like Hogan, imo) never did. Always came across as an intelligent and decent bloke.
Agree but he was subject to a fair bit of flak from forum posters for a while. I'm trying to remember who accused me of sleeping with Lasse when I tried to defend him :)
 

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Remember when he signed being genuinely excited by his you-tube show reels.
I think he was one the players who signalled our transition to the more ambitious, modern philosophies we adopted after the arrival of Rasmus and Phil Giles.
Wish him well.
 
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