Mwepu Given Junior Team Job By Brighton

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Ex-Chipolopolo captain and midfielder Enock Mwepu has been appointed junior team coach for English Premiership sides Brighton’s Under-9 team.

The club confirmed the appointment of their former midfielder who returned from football on health grounds in October due to a congential heart condition at just 24.

Brighton Chief executive and deputy chairman Paul Barber said Mwepu will start his new role in the new year.

“We’re really happy that Enock has decided to remain here at our club and use his experience to help develop our young players,” Barber told Brighton’s official website.

“Considering his age, Enock has a wealth of experience.

“He has played in the Champions League and Premier League as well as captaining his country.

“This is the next chapter for Enock in his footballing career.”

5 COMMENTS

  1. Destiny does not tell us the path.

    Enock, receive this next stage with humility, grace and praise to your maker.

    Stay blessed.

    • Coaches dont get as much as players in pro-soccer. Manchester United coach Ferguson got less than all his players per month

  2. Better than nothing, even though its less money. I wish u all the best ad l really appreciate Brighton football club management to give him a job. We Zambian salute u, thank u. Ad for Mwepu show thm the best u can help the youngsters, u’re a hero. Good luck

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