Police Tero FC, a club in the Thai League 1, has an opened Prince Norodom Amarithivong is a new shareholder of the club for developing the team and have planning to lead the team to participate in the AFC Champions League in the future.
Today (November 6, 2023) at the Thai Police Club hall, Bangkok. Police Tero FC held a press conference to launch a new shareholder. At the event, Mr. Brian L. Markar, the club’s president, and the club’s new shareholder group led by His Royal Highness Prince Norodom Amaritthiwong, King Norodom Narinpong and Prince Norodom Ravijak are the new shareholder partners. Who will join in team management of the Police Tero FC club and aim to bring the team back to greatness.
“First of all, I would like to welcome the new group of investors who will come to help manage our Police Tero. I had the opportunity to talk with the Prince of the Cambodian Royal Family. and learned of their determination to develop the football industry the existing management group and the new management group view the same goals. that he wants to develop the Police Tero team To come back as a big team again.” Mr.Thanya Wongnak. manager of the club said.
On the side of Prince Norodom Amritthiwong, a representative of the group that will join in managing the team. He mentioned the goal that
“Personally, I am already interested in starting a football team. and see that this is a good opportunity to develop the Thai football industry and ASEAN football together The reason for choosing to join the Police Tero team is Because this team is a team with a long history. Used to be both Thai League champions and is a team in ASEAN that is the runner-up of the AFC Champions League. So, I want to bring the team back to the same point again, which will use knowledge and ability, Including the connections that you yourself have. To bring in foreign players to help the team as much as possible, including the opportunity to export Thai players. and ASEAN players to have more opportunities to play football abroad.”
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