Sports Scottish Premiership side Livingston have announced Efe Ambrose as the club’s new assistant Reserve Team Manager.

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The 31-year-old former Nigeria international has been given a new position at Almondvale Stadium.

Efe Ambrose 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.

Efe Ambrose, born in Kaduna, Nigeria on 18th of October 1988 started his professional playing career at Kaduna United and later played for Bayelsa United before moving abroad, to join Israeli Premier League club FC Ashdod in 2010.

The defender then moved to Celtic, where he spent five years and won four Scottish Premiership titles, Cup and League Cup trophies.

He also spent time with Hibernian and played more than 55 games for the club before he teamed up with Championship side Derby County.

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.
A very big Congratulations to him
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