Alamolhoda back as Langley Rams head coach

Work commitments forced Jeff Alamolhoda to relinquish the head coach title in 2013, but he will resume that responsibility in 2014

Jeff Alamolhoda is back as head coach of the Langley Rams. Alamolhoda had stepped aside last season, serving only as the junior football club's general manager.

Jeff Alamolhoda will be back on the sidelines as the head coach of the Langley Rams junior football club.

Alamolhoda, who also serves as the club’s general manager, had stepped aside from the main coaching duties last year for work reasons.

He joined the Rams in 2011 as head coach and the team made an appearance in the B.C. Football Conference title game, the Cullen Cup.

The following season, the Rams returned to the title game and this time captured the championship. They would fall in the Canadian Bowl finals, the junior football national championship game.

The 2013 season saw Ted Kirby get promoted from his assistant head coach position. Kirby now returns to his former position.

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