Efe Ambrose Gets Coaching Job In Europe
Former Super Eagles defender Efe Ambrose has been announced as Scotland side’s Livingston assistant Reserve Team Manager, Bestchoicesports.com.ng understands
The former Super Eagles defender and 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner as well as Gary Maley will assist the club’s captain Marvin Bartley, who has been named the manager of the Reserve Team following the departure of Stevie Pittman and Derek McWilliams.
Ambrose teamed up with the Lions in February after several months without a club and this season he has featured in six league games for the club.
Ambrose started his professional career in Nigeria with Kaduna United before moving abroad, joining Israeli Premier League club FC Ashdod in 2010.
He then joined Celtic, where he spent five years and won four Scottish Premiership titles, Cup and League Cup trophies.
He played more than 55 games for Hibernian before joining English Championship side Derby County.
Efe Ambrose had 51 caps for the Nigeria national team and was part of the side that won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa.