Rangers target return leg win in Zambia
‘We sacked Amapakabo to save his life’
Enugu Rangers’ General Manager, Christian Chukwu yesterday said the club was still hopeful of qualifying for the group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup despite playing a 2-2 draw at home with their adversaries, Zesco United of Zambia.
Rangers surrendered a 2-0 lead in the 75th minute of the game to hand the advantage to the Zambians, who need only a goalless draw to sail through on the away goal rule.
Speaking to The Guardian yesterday, who revealed that the club decided to sack their coach, Imama Amapakabo to save his life, said the Flying Antelopes have started working to recapture the form that gave them the Nigerian League title last year.
He said that despite the Amapakabo’s exit, Rangers would continue to work hard to retrace their steps in all engagements, adding that if Zesco could a get a draw in Enugu nothing stopped the Flying Antelopes from winning in Ndola on April 15.
The Harambee Stars of Kenya former coach revealed the poor performance of the team in continental engagements and the Nigeria Premier league was not why Rangers sacked the coach.
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