Nigerian descent Colin Omogbehin has been appointed as assistant coach Fulham Football club, according to a report from England.
Omogbehin began his coaching career with the Crystal Palace youth team after quitting football at the age of 24 due to a persistent knee injury following his spell at Luton Town, Millwall and Fulham.
According to Sky Sports cliam that the Nigerian coach who was managing Fulham U23s before he was appointed as assistant coach of the main team after Stuart Gray was put incharge while Mark Pembridge and Omogbehin have been asked to step up to assist with first-team duties.
Omogbehin has worked as coach at Crystal Palace and helped in the development of players like former Super Eagles winger Victor Moses, Ivory coast forward Wilfried Zaha, Manchester United right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka and ex-Liverpool defender Nathaniel Clyne.
This appointment will remain until the club is able to appoint a new manager.