Prince Rufus, Operations Manager of Mohun Bagan club will be representing Mohun Bagan in AFC seminar to be held in Kuala Lumpur from October 28 to 29. The seminar will be held in an effort to bring in some professionalism into football. 10 I-league club managers has been invited to attend the seminar.
In an effort to bring in some professionalism into Indian football, AFC has invited the 10 I-league club managers at a seminar scheduled to be held at Kuala Lumpur from October 28 to 29. Tottenham Hotspur Executive Director, Paul Barbar will be present during the seminar. Discussion will be held on how to manage a pro club. AFC league Deputy Chairman, Tokuaki Suzuki will explain the objectives and activities of AFC professional league project and how a general manager should function. The AFC hopes to raise the level of general managers in Asia and then aims to increase the professionalism of the personnel who are managing the clubs in AFC Champions League scheduled for this year. Besides India, representatives from Australia, China, Iran, Japan, South Korea, Qatar, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Thailand, UAE, Uzbekistan, and Vietnam will be present in the seminar.
Prince Rufus, Operations Manager of Mohun Bagan club will be representing the Mariners. His reactions were "I am very much greatful to club authorities for giving me this opportunity. I am feeling very much proud and this is my single greatest achievment of my career. I am feeling happy to attend the seminar representing the National club of India."