Rangers tour West Africa ahead of new Season

Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) champions, Rangers International of Enugu have concluded plans to tour some West African countries as part of preparations ahead of the new season.

This was confirmed by the club’s head coach, Imama Amapakabo, who mentioned ‎Mali and Cote d’Ivoire as the team’s destination. In his words, Coach Imama said: “We are going on a training tour of some west coast countries and soon the date for the team’s departure will be announced,” he said.

The coach also expressed his happiness with the healthy competition in the team’s pre-season training camp in Benin City. He said: “The boys are adapting to the training and I strongly believe in competition as I foreseen serious competition among the players as the new players are ready to give the old players a fight for shirt.”

“The new players will be announced as soon as possible after we have finalized their clearance. I can also tell you that we have two foreigners again who has joined up with us in the camp in Benin. Last season we have six foreigners.” he concluded.

 

 

Aisha JM