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Ahead of 2016/2017 season: Rangers’ board re-appoints coaches

The Board of Rangers International FC, Enugu, has re-appointed all its coaches ahead of the 2016/2017 football season.

This is according to a statement issued on Saturday in Enugu by the club’s Media Director, Foster Chime.

Chime said the board, after a meeting, re-appointed the coaches for an additional one year.

He noted that the coaches re-appointed include Chukwuma Agbo as the Chief Coach; Tony Bulus Tope as the Assistant Chief Coach and John Edeh as the Technical Secretary.


Others are Gabriel Ezema as the Trainer; Charles Offordile, the Assistant Trainer; Ndubuisi Ajomiwe, the Chief Coach of Rangers B-Team while Basil Obeta and Fancy Ewulu are coaches.

According to Chime, the board re-appoints the team manager and coaches in line with their performance last season.

“The board expects them to justify their re-appointments by improving on last year’s performance by ensuring the team lifts this season’s CAF Champions league, Premier league and even the Federation Cup tournament.

“The re-appointed coaches have equally signed the dotted lines for the contractual period and are ready for the month-long pre-season camping in Benin City,’’ he said.

Rangers’ players and technical crew are expected to hit Benin City for pre-season camping on Saturday, Nov. 5.


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