The Monegasque leader was elected for the first time this Friday to the Board of Directors of the Professional Football League (LFP). He will sit with 23 other members for the next four years.
Having gathered on Friday 11th November, the General Assembly of the LFP elected a new board of directors who will retain these roles through 2020.
The Vice-President of AS Monaco, Vadim Vasilyev, was elected to this position for the first time, marking this as a momentous occasion for the LFP. With the presidents of PSG, Olympique Lyonnais and OGC Nice, he represents the camp of the “big clubs” of Ligue 1. In the camp of the “small clubs” will sit the presidents of Montpellier, Caen, Rennes and Guingamp.
L2 Club Representatives
Claude Michy (Clermont), Alain Orsoni (vice-president of the sports association of AC Ajaccio).
College of Independents
Vincent Labrune, Nathalie Boy De La Tour, Alain Guérini, Jean-Michel Roussier.
Representatives of Club Unions
Bernard Caïazzo (president of Premier League, the “big” clubs of L1), Guy Cotret (president of the UCPF, L2 clubs and “small” L1).
Representatives of the Coaches’ Union (UNECATEF)
Raymond Domenech, Pierre Repellini.
Representatives of the Union of Players (UNFP)
Sylvain Kastendeuch, Philippe Piat.
Representative of the medical profession
Representative of the Refereeing Body
Representing administrative staff
Representative of the FFF
In short, it is sure to be an exciting four years ahead of us. The Board of Directors of the Professional Football League (LFP) can look forward to the coming four years (between 2016 and 2020) of leadership on the part of Vasilyev and the 23 other members who will sit with him.