Jack Sullivan, son of West Ham United's owner David, was appointed as managing director of the women's football side by his billionaire father.
The 19-year-old started his full time job running the Hammers since he finished school in 2017 at age 16.
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Jack reveals he had a prior experience at the Premier League club after leaving school.
"I did work experience all around West Ham, I went around ticketing, retail, warehouse... That was instead of doing my A-Levels,' he tells the camera from his family home.
"As soon as that year finished I said, 'Dad I want to do something, I want a task, a mission' and that was to run the ladies, which I love. I jumped in head first."
Jack who is the youngest in the Sullivan family lives in a £13million mansion, a taste well above most of his peers.
His team are in the Women's Super League and they currently occupy seventh position with two wins and three losses.
Jack's journey in the £1million business is being aired as TV Reality show called Three's Britain's Youngest Football Boss, with the first episode released online today.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Premier League table had teams move up the ladder following impressive results on match-day 10 across all centers.
Liverpool came from a goal down to beat Tottenham 2-1 to record their ninth win of the season and maintain number one spot with six points above Man City.
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