The management of Enugu Rangers International F.C has handed down a tall order to the technical adviser Alphonsus Dike and his crew to win their two straight home matches,Â against Gombe United this weekend and Sunshine Stars of Akure next weekend.
In a Press statement, Rangers Media Officer, Foster Chime said the mandate is to ensure that the club sustains itâ€™s record in the Premier league and to use the two straight home victories to regain itâ€™s leadership of the leaque table.
The clubâ€™s management rose from a crucial meeting with the technical crew on Tuesday and said nothing will be left to chance in itâ€™s determination to secure outstanding victories against Gombe United and Sunshine, adding that enough incentives have been given to the players to motivate them to victory.
The Management resolved to pencil down about six players that will be put in the transfer market during the current open window while hoping to get two tested and daring attackers to beef up the team, while appreciating the good efforts and achievement of the technical Adviser, Alphonsus Dike and his crew so far that has currently placed Rangers third on the league table.
Rangers will this weekend confront the Jewel in the Savannah, Gombe United F.C at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium, Enugu in a Week 20 Glo, Premier League action, which signaled the commencement of the second stanza of the Premier League coming on the heels of the last matches in the first stanza last weekend which ended goalless between Gombe United and Rangers International F.C.
The Clubs CEO, Ozor Paul Chibuzor says there is no hiding place for Gombe as Rangers have perfected plans to win convincingly, which include placing the players in a close camp for four days to ensure that theyÂ are physically, mentally and morally fit to prosecute the match.
He stated that the players and officials will be financially rewarded on beating Gombe United on Sunday, stressing that management is doing everything possible to pay outstanding match bonuses as well as fast track the payment of approved current season fifty-percent sign on fees.