Ben Ezechime, Enugu
The Administrator of Rangers International Football Club of Enugu, Ferdinand Ugwuarua has assured fans of the club of a positive result from Kaduna when the team tackles Niger Tornadoes in match day four of the NPFL.
The Flying Antelopes will on Sunday play Niger Tornadoes of Minna at the Ahmadu Bello Stadium Kaduna in the ongoing Nigeria Premier Football League (NPFL).
In a statement from the club’s media officer, Norbert Okolie in Enugu, Ugwuarua made the promise after the team’s training session in Enugu before departing to Kaduna.
According to the statement, Ugwuarua acknowledged the unimpressive outings of the team but believed that things would turn around for the better.
Ugwuarua expressed optimism that the team has turned the difficulty curve and ready to challenge for the top price in the league.
“This time around, we are assuring our teeming fans all over the world that we are going to make them proud against Tornadoes in Kaduna.
“It’s going to be a game like no other because the players are motivated just as the management and coaches are, to have a good result to savour in Kaduna,” he said.
Similarly, the Chairman of Rangers Supporters Club, Iloakazie Orji, has called on all supporters of the club to be patient with the team.
Orji said he believed that the team would soon wipe away the tears of a not-too-impressive start to the current season.
Orji said the chances of the club in the encounter was bright going by the determination and work ethics displayed by the players.
“We came to see for ourselves the training regime and I must confess that what we have seen is quite encouraging and I am optimistic of our team getting a good result in Kaduna.
“We are here to let the players understand what Rangers means and urged them to imbibe our philosophy going forward.
“I urge all lovers and followers of this team to be patient, and very soon we will start smiling again as Rangers will rise again,” he said.
Ikengaonline reports that Rangers International FC is currently on relegation zone with a point after three matches while their Sunday opponent, Niger Tornadoes, occupy the third spot on Group B log with six points after three matches.