Enugu Rangers Sign Ex-Nigeria U-17 Star Ezeh, Four Others

Enugu Rangers Sign Ex-Nigeria U-17 Star Ezeh, Four Others

By Johnny Edward:

In a bid to resuscitate their ailing form in the Nigeria Professional Football League, reigning champions Enugu Rangers have signed five players to bolster their squad Completesportsnigeria.com can report.

The players are former Golden Eaglets forward Chiderah Ezeh, Osamudiamen Adun from Nigerian National League side Insurance of Benin, former Ghana U-20 and Hearts of Oak goalkeeper Siedu Muntawakilu, Ifeanyi George from Enyimba of Aba and Bassey Akpan.

Rangers who have five outstanding games to play in the NPFL will return to the shores of the country on Tuesday from Zambia where they were eliminated from the CAF Confederations Cup competition.

They lost 3-0 to Zesco United of Zambia who advanced to the group phase of the tournament on a 5-2 aggregate after the first leg in Enugu a week ago ended in a 2-2 draw.

Enugu Rangers will also not play their game against Gombe United scheduled for the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium on Wednesday Completesportsnigeria.com gathered as well. ​The game has been postponed. The Flying Antelopes ended a 32-year wait to be crowned Nigeria champions last season. They are currently bottom of the NPFL log with 13 points from 14 games.



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  • Bishop Joseph Obiagunwa Okpara 4 years ago

    This is a good move to reinforced our Rengers International! That means something is happening and some people’s are doing some seriously thinking to rescue Rangers! This is good, because we can’t afford to watch Enugu Rangers disappeared by the way it’s heading. Rangers left some good memories in our lives in the seventies as we Ndi Igbo survived the Biafrans and Nigerians civil war! The people’s Antelope be came our wrestling square where we test the strength of the rest of Nigerians including Africa countries through soccer and we always beat them good! Up Rangers!