- Nigerian coach Paul Aigbogun has been hired as the manager of Danish second Division side Jammerbugt FC
- The side got relegated at the end of last season in Denmark and they appointed Paul Aigbogun based on his experience
- Those in charge of the club have however enjoined Paul Aigbogun to change the fortune of the side for the best
Danish second Division side Jammerbugt FC have announced the appointment of Super Eagles assistant coach Paul Aigbogun as their new manager with the club urging him to chance the fortune.
There is no doubt about the fact that Paul Aigbogun is an experienced football gaffer considering his wealth of experiences coaching many clubs in the Nigerian Professional Football League.
The 50-year-old coached clubs like Enyimba and Warri Wolves in the Nigerian Professional Football League which helped him get recognition.
Jammerbugt got relegated from the first division last season. And they lost their first game of the season already.
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Aigbogun would be looking to help the side return to the first division in Denmark.
Victor Osimhen Blamed For Napoli's Failed Attempt to Win Serie A Title Last Season
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Italian football expert Mario Sconcerti blamed Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen for the club's inability to win the Serie A title last season despite topping the table for many weeks.
Napoli truly started their campaign in the Serie A on a good note last season and they were tipped to triumph considering their performance with Victor Osimhen firing in all cylinders.
However, Victor Osimhen suffered an injury in November and was not in action for Napoli until January this year.
In total, the Nigerian featured in 27 League games netting 14 goals for Napoli throughout last football League season.
Mario Sconcerti says Victor Osimhen caused the problems for Napoli last season.
Source: Sports Brief News