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Rangers boss rues Wolves draw

13 October 2015, 18:54

Enugu - Rangers coach Imama Amakpakabo says he's disappointed with the 1-1 draw against Warri Wolves in a match day 33 fixture on Sunday.

He has blamed his players for not taking full advantage against the Wolves, and also rued the missed chances in the game.

“I’m sad about the result of the match because my plan was to win," he told npfl.ng.

"Our players switched off in the first half, and wasted the chances created in the second half which we controlled," he said.

Also read: Rangers coach Imama appreciates fans, ensures good performance

Former junior international, Osas Okoro scored from close range to cancel out Gbolahan Salami's goal for the Wolves and despite expressing disappointment, Amakpakabo says it was a good game.

"It was a good match all the same," he added.

Meanwhile, Warri Wolves coach also spoke on the game, and said he players lost focus and couldn't finish the game.

“We started the match so well that our effort yielded a beautiful goal from Salami. But, our boys lost focus in the second half and allowed Rangers to bounce back into the match.

"We must work hard in our next matches but our title ambition is still intact," he said.

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