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Chukwu urges Rangers coaches to unite for success in 2019/2020 season


Former Green Eagles captain and Super Eagles manager, Coach Christian Chukwu has called on members of the care-taker coaching crew of the Enugu Rangers, led by Benedict Ugwu, to work in unity to build a winning team for the 2019/2020 season.

Speaking while thanking the crew when they visited his Enugu residence to welcome him from his medical trip abroad, Chukwu charged the coaches to work as a unit so as to achieve the expected result.

The legend likened the current situation to how he came to limelight while also working as an assistant coach years back, saying he was given the opportunity to lead the team due to the departure of his then immediate boss.


“I am indeed happy for you people for this opportunity to serve our great club, Rangers International F.C.
“Congratulations!!! I urge you all to work as a team. Support Ugwu, who has been selected to lead so that we can achieve the needed result. I also wish to thank you people for your prayers while I was away for treatment, as I believe that your prayers went a long way in my recovery,” he said.

Earlier, caretaker coach, Benedict Ugwu, who led the coaching crew on the visit said, “We are here to celebrate your recovery and safe return from your medical trip abroad, thanking God for keeping you for us. We pray for many more years with us so we can tap from your reservoir of knowledge.”

It would be recalled that the 1980 African Nations’ Cup winning captain and technical director of Rangers International F.C recently returned from London where he went for medical treatment.

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