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Done Deal: Rangers Appoint Ilechukwu New Head Coach

Done Deal: Rangers Appoint Ilechukwu New Head Coach

Rangers have confirmed the appointment of Fidelis Ilechukwu as their new head coach.

The former MFM tactician will be unveiled by the Flying Antelopes on Wednesday (today).

Former handler of the Coal City club, Abdul Maikaba left his post following the expiration of his contract last month.

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“It gives me pleasure to inform all our teaming supporters that after a lengthy deliberation to secure the services of a quality coach to take over the technical activities in our club, we have successfully gotten the signature of coach Fidelis Ilechukwu and he would be unveiled in a brief ceremony at the head office of the club,”administrative secretary, Ferdinand Ugwuarua told the club’s official website.

“His coming will help the club stabilize and challenge effectively for honors in the coming season.”

Ilechwuku spent spent two years at Plateau United guiding the club to second place finish in his first season in charge.

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • Good appointment!
    Welcome back home.
    Hopefully, you will help the great Enugu Rangers rediscover the dominance and consistency that was the hallmark of their past glory days.

    • Ipetu Madu 5 months ago

      Absolutely… Fidelis Ilechukwu is a future super eagles coach. He is a genius coach. This appointment is great.

  • Codex 5 months ago

    This man is walking straight to a bear trap,rangers administrators are the best of the worst in Nigerian football.
    All they do is sabotage coaches and players especially on the financial front.
    I wish Coach Fidelis the best but I know these scavengers will ruin his reputation like they did to other notable coaches.
    And we wonder why rangers hardly win the league these days.