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Rangers coach Imama appreciates fans, ensures good performance

06 August 2015, 12:09

Abuja - One of the most respected clubs in Nigeria, Enugu Rangers FC, seem to have found the right clique in their technical crew headed by Imama Ampakabo.

The Enugu based team labored to a slim victory over FC Taraba in a week 21 tie in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) and that win has helped the Flying Antelopes move a step up from 10th on the log to 9th but gradual stead of the team didn't happen by accident as Imama Amapakabo who before now was an assistant to former head coach Kelechi Emetiole who was sacked after a poor run of form.

Imama Amapakabo, a former assistant coach at Enyimba Int'l has brought the Flying Antelopes out of the relegation zone and the club is still competing strong in the 2015 Federation Cup. 

Also read: Enugu Rangers fans exhibit new confidence

"First I really want to appreciate the fans for keeping faith in our team, we didn't start too well from the beginning of this season but so far we getting into shape and the result shall continue to come in gradually,"Imama told News24.

Imama continued: " As we all work as a team to bring a deserve smile to the faces of our fans, I want to say here that their support so far has been of immense impact on the team's performance but I crave their indulgence to keep the support consistent"

"We hope to finish strong this season and then raise the bar much higher next season,"Imama concluded. 

Enugu Rangers boast of a good trophy collection but they've been a shadow of themselves in recent times having gone without a silverware since they last won the Nigerian Super Cup in 2004.  

- News24


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