Enugu - Rangers Media Manager, Foster Chime says the club
has invited three additional foreign players for trial ahead of its 2016/2017
Confederation African Football (CAF) Champions League campaign.
Chime told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Enugu on
Monday that the team had invited six foreign players in all to its ongoing
pre-season camp in Benin, Edo.
He said that the additional foreign players would add bite
to the team as it prepared for a schedule-loaded 2016/2017 football season.
According to him, the fresh legs of foreign players are part
of the initiatives to solidify Rangers ahead of the 2016/2017 CAF Champions
League as well as other football tournaments in the 2016/2017 season.
“Any of the foreign players who have what the team needs by
the assessment of the technical coaching crew, would likely make the team.
“This also means that those co-opted would be signed as our
players at the end of the day,” he said.
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Chime said that Rangers’ ongoing pre-season camp had entered
its 20th day and that the pre-season camp would close on Dec. 4.
He said that the Flying Antelopes were expected back to
Enugu on Dec. 5 ahead of the commencement of the Super-4 Tournament on Dec. 7
at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium, Enugu.
He also said that after the Super-4 Tournament in Enugu on
Dec. 12; some top official of the team would be travelling to Egypt for the
2016/2017 CAF Champions League draw.
“After the draw, matches in the CAF Champions League will
commence in January 2017 and we might play our first continental match in the
2nd week of January,” Chime said.
The club will also defend its 2015/2016 Nigeria Professional
Football League (NPFL) title and participate in the 2016/2017 Federation Cup.
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