A distinguished career that saw Mark Pembridge take in spells at Luton Town, Derby County, Sheffield Wednesday, Benfica and Everton came to a close at Craven Cottage, with the Wales international having made more than 50 appearances for Fulham.
Before retiring from playing, he took his coaching badges at the Club alongside the likes of Lee Clark, Billy McKinlay and Mark Crossley, and went on to obtain his A-licence.
He then spent seven years as a youth coach at Fulham, primarily working with the Under-16 age group, although there were also occasions when he led the Under-18s. His later worked with the First Team under Kit Symons, before linking up with the Academy following Symons' departure.
Prior to the 2016/17 season, Pembridge became Under-18s Head Coach and is now in charge of the Under-23s group following Peter Grant's departure.