Lagos - Enugu Rangers held an emergency meeting on Tuesday, with the club's ailing Glo Nigerian Premier League campaign top of the agenda.
The technical staff and top brass at the club met to discuss the team's woeful performances this term, which has seen them win just three of their 10 Glo Premier League matches so far.
That run has left Rangers 11th in the standings and already nine points adrift at the top of the standings, and club official Foster Chime said the bosses decided to converge in order to do some damage control.
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"The GM and consultant had crucial meetings with the coaching crew on Tuesday and it is ongoing exercise to assess the situation on ground, especially the performance of the side in the league," Chime told SuperSport.
"The management is not happy that the side are not doing well so the essence of the meeting is to identify the problem and proffer solution that will see Enugu Rangers return to winning ways upon restart of the league season on June 14.
"Though the meeting is yet to come out with its final words, I believe it has nothing to do with any particular person(s) but to find a lasting solution to the side problems.
"The meeting is not discussing the head coach, Kelechi Emeteole as a person. Incidentally, he is part of the meeting aimed at arresting the perceived drift in the team's fortune."For the latest on national news, politics, sport, entertainment and more follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page.