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MY CONCERN OVER RANGERS QUEST TO WIN THIS YEAR’S LEAGUE

MY CONCERN OVER RANGERS QUEST TO WIN THIS YEAR’S LEAGUE

Every fan and supporters of Rangers’ International Football Club are happy and eager to see Rangers win this year’s Nigeria premier league trophy. This is because Rangers as a club has the most fan base in the country and it cuts across ethnic, religious and tribal boundaries. This assertion is hinged on the fact that there has been a tremendous improvement on the part of management, players and staff of the club since the 2015/2016 football season kicked off months back. The emergency of coach Imama Amakpakabo had turned things around in the club culminating in the way and style of their football display. Nnamdi Azikiwe stadium has not had it full until the introduction of this Rivers State born tactician.
It is now a behive of activities any time Rangers is playing at home. This year’s alone, Rangers has been adjudged the most entertaining club among the 20 team Nigeria premier league. After playing a one-one draw with their oriental rival and league defending champions, Enymba International Football Club of Aba at Port-Harcourt City Stadium which catapulted them to the summit of the league. My concerns are too numerous but for the want of time, I would like to unearth those logjams I think may hamper and dislodged Rangers chances of winning the league this time around. Needless of me counting many times an attempt of this sort has been made in the part. I still remember vividly that Rangers under Coach Okey Emordi in 2012/2013 season won the league but people like Romson Baribote and his cohorts out of their inordinate ambition and ethnic prejudice denied Rangers that years league trophy instead gave it to undeserved Kano Pillars FC. Though, I would not want to dwell on the fact that Rangers has not won any trophy since 1983. But my energy and concern is about this current season. They are now on top of the league table, my question is, and will they continue maintaining the tempo till the end of the season? What efforts are Rangers management making to ensure that players are focused and do not complain of anything that is capable of causing disaffection to the team? State government on their on part should doll out funds to the players if possible make some promises that can enliven the spirits of the player to achieve the set objective which is winning the league.

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