NPFL: Rangers Are Set For New Season – Owumi
By Sampson Adedeji
The General Manager of the Nigeria Professional Football League Club, Enugu Rangers Davidson Owumi has declared that the team is ready for the upcoming domestic season, BSNSports.com.ng reports.
Rangers finished last season in 4th position with 37 points in 24 matches but was placed in 5th spot after point per game was adopted to end the league due to outbreak of Corona virus.
He further said the good players will be retained for the new season while additional player will also be allowed in the required areas.
“I am sincerely glad with the way we are going about our preparations for the fast-approaching football season.
Our coaching crew is at work and will soon come up with a list of players retained and those that will bid us bye for the season.
For management, it is our belief that only a handful of quality legs will be sourced to fill noticed areas of lapses in the team,” stated Owumi.
“As stated earlier, the coaches are working round the clock to ensure that the best legs are retained from the players that defended our colors last season as well as getting just a few more to add to the team for the new season.
A comprehensive list of players to defend our colors will be made public as soon as the coaches complete their work in that regard,” he concluded.