Ijeh Now Coach Of Swedish Div 2 Club, Assyrian BK

Reports reaching eyeonthesports.com say Nigerian international, Peter Ijeh has been appointed the new Chief Coach Of Swedish Division 2 Club, Assyrian BK.
The cheering news came in the early hours of Sunday, 10 November, 2013, when Ijeh informed his close friends that he has signed a year contract to tinker Assyrian KB for the next league season.
Ijeh, a UEFA Licenced Grade A Coach, said he is glad to take a bold step into coaching after his successful football career as an international player.
“This is a special news update to my fans and friends around the world. I have assumed a new role as the Chief Coach of Assyrian BK, a Division 2 Club in the Swedish League”, Ijeh said in a message to his fans and friends.
The 36-year-old Ijeh also disclosed to a site, fotbollstransfer.com that he decided to put his playing boots on the shelf, and now stepping into bigger shoes of top coaches in the round leather game, to contribute his own quota to the development of the game.
“A Nigerian has just signed a year contract at Assyrian BK, a second division club in Sweden”, writes fotbollstransfers.com shortly after Ijeh completed his contract formalities.
“It is an honour to be part of this deal and be able to contribute something to the club. ABK is a cultural club in Sweden, and it’s fun to be a part of the family. It is a good start for me”, Ijeh told the site.
Ijeh said that one day, he hopes to train a big team, stressing that;
“It’s a goal for me, at least I have to start somewhere. I want to take one step at a time”.
It would be recalled that Ijeh scored 56 goals for Malmö FF in 60 games.
The free scoring attacker during his playing days, played for top Nigerian teams; Nitel FC and Julius Berger FC both of Lagos before moving to Europre, where he starred top division clubs in Sweden, Denmark and Norway.
The former Nigerian international hails from Delta state in Nigeria. Ijeh attended the Gothenburg University, where he graduated as a BSC holder in Sociology before acquiring his UEFA Grade A coaching licence.

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