The 50-year-old has managed some of West Africa’s top teams, including Enyimba and the U20 national team.
Jammerbugt FC’s head coach has been named Nigerian Paul Aigbogun.
The Danish second division club confirmed the appointment of the 50-year-old, who was most recently in charge of Glacis United in the Gilbratar League and has also served as the Nigeria U20 tactician as well as the Super Eagles‘ assistant coach.
“It has long been a big open question who should be the new head coach of Jammerbugt.” “That appears to be the case now,” the club said on their official website.
“The leader of Jammerbugt will be Englishman Paul Aigbogun. He comes to the club between Pandrup and Kaas with a lot of experience under his belt.
“Among other things, he has been involved in the Nigerian Football Association, as did his predecessor Nabil Trabelsi.”
Klaus-Dieter Muller, owner of Jammerbugt, explained that they were hiring an experienced coach in Aigbogun.
“Among other things, he was in charge of Nigeria’s U20 national team and had several other tasks in the association,” Muller explained.
“We’re getting an extremely experienced coach, which gives me confidence that we can develop our young players and move up in the NordicBet League again.”
Aigbogun began his playing career with the American third division club Northern Nevada Aces in 2002, before moving on to lower league clubs Nevada Wonders and San Francisco Seals.
In 2016, he coached Nigeria league side Enyimba before being named Nigeria U20 coach. On the list of Nigerian coaches with jobs in Europe, he joins Sunday Oliseh.
Oliseh, a former player for Ajax, Borussia Dortmund, and Juventus, is now the manager of German club SV 19 Straelen.