Former Sierra Leone international Leroy Rosenior's son, Liam, has highlighted the immense enjoyment he’s getting out of his new role at English Premier League (EPL) club Brighton and Hove Albion.
The 34-year-old Liam recently retired from playing and he took up the position of assistant coach with Brighton's under-23 team.
The new Brighton development coach praised the under-23 side for their impressive start to the season.
"It’s been absolutely brilliant, I couldn’t have asked for it to go any better. It’s been great to work with the likes of Simon [Rusk], Jon Morling and Shannon Ruth," Rosenior told the club's official website.
“Even Vic Bragg as well, he’s been at the club for years and brought through so many players. Just sitting in the office and learning from them every day has been great.
“On top of that, the players have done really well to remain unbeaten, playing against some of the top sides in the league," Rosenior, who played for England at youth level, added.
“Beating Manchester City 5-0 was brilliant. It’s been an amazing experience so far and I hope it continues.”
Rosenior, who was born in Wandsworth, England made three appearances in the EPL for Brighton last season.
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