BBC TV Star Appointed as Club Doctor, Spurs Fans Shocked to See Him on Luton’s Bench Against Arsenal

Football fans watching the Premier League showdown between Luton Town and Arsenal last night got more than they bargained for when they spotted a familiar face on the Hatters’ bench. Dr. Amos Ogunkoya, known for his role in the hit BBC series The Traitors, was seen sitting behind manager Rob Edwards, causing fans to do a double-take. At just 31 years old, Dr. Amos is the youngest first-team club doctor in the Premier League, and his presence at the game left viewers buzzing. His rapid rise to the top level of football has certainly raised some eyebrows, and his appearance on the bench has left fans in disbelief.

Luton Town’s heart-breaking 4-3 defeat to Arsenal at Kenilworth Road last night had an unexpected twist for fans of BBC show The Traitors. Dr. Amos Ogunkoya, who starred in the reality TV series, was spotted sitting on the Luton bench behind boss Rob Edwards. Fans took to X to express their surprise and delight at seeing him in his role as the club doctor at just 31 years old. Dr. Amos previously held the same role at League Two side Colchester United and recently qualified to become a specialist in GP. He had always planned to work in the Premier League and made the switch to Luton as the youngest first-team club doctor in the league. This unexpected appearance had fans buzzing about seeing their favorite TV star in a new sporting role.

jamal hejaze

Hello, I'm Jamal Alhejazi, a dedicated sports writer with a passion for delivering compelling sports news. With a deep understanding of various sports disciplines, I bring a unique perspective and insightful analysis to my writing.
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