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Enugu Rangers yet to confirm Imama Amakapabo as head coach

18 July 2015, 17:35

Abuja - Enugu Rangers care taker coach, Imama Amakapabo has stated that he's yet to get a formal notice of confirmation as the Flying Antelopes head coach contrary to reports stating that he has been confirmed as the head coach of the Enugu based club. 

The experienced coach, Imama informed News24 that he only saw the news on the pages of newspaper but he maintained that he remains focused on his job.

Also read: Lobi Stars coach, Tenger lament mistakes against Rangers

"The way you heard about it is the way I heard it too. Well, I can't celebrate what's not documented. When the news broke, I received a lot of calls asking about it. I can't celebrate it not until it's documented. As for me, I'm keeping a straight head and just do my job. I enjoy what I'm doing and I still remained focused on the job," Imama told News24.

Imama Amakapabo was asked by the management of Rangers Int'l to resume as the head coach of the Enugu based club on acting capacity after former coach, Kelechi Emetiole was asked to step aside and he has since then lead the Flying Antelopes to seventh position on the League log and secured a round of 16 ticket in the 2015 Federation Cup.

- News24


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