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NPFL: Rangers Players Undergo Successful Medical Test

NPFL: Rangers Players Undergo Successful Medical Test

Players of the ‘Flying Antelopes’, Rangers have successfully undergone medical tests ahead of the start of the 2023/2024 football season that is expected to kick off on September 9, 2023 across ten centers.

The exercise which took place at a well-respected medical facility in the coal city under the supervision of the team doctor, Dr. Wen Udorji, who described the tests which was carried out to fulfill one of the requirements for club registration.

Speaking after the exercise, Dr. Udorji said, “What we did this morning was the routing medical checks on the players. We had to go through a whole gamut of investigations ranging from cardiovascular to general body and other systems in the body to ascertain the fitness of the players for the job ahead talking of the 2023/2024 football season.”

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He stated further, “With what I have seen of the technical adviser on his selection of players for the team, I must say he has combined a lot of things to come up with the right mix for the task ahead. He out in a lot of interest and energy into assembling this team. He is doing this with a lot of zeal and willingness to succeed.

“With the kind of management in place now and the resolve of the governor of the state, I think Rangers will go places. I am particularly impressed by the meticulous selection of the players, wing for wing, skill for skill, with special interest in the areas of need. He has done a great job.”

All the players of the team that have put pen to paper to defend the colors of the team in the fast approaching season, went through the medical check-up.

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  • Chima E Samuels 10 months ago

    What is this?

  • @Chima Forget about NPFL they are jokers Look at the Fan in the Background it is so Local.

    Meanwhile, @Christian Chukwu who is a strenuous protagonist for NPFL players is calling on Super Eagles to do away with foreign based players for Sao Tome game forgetting that big players like Boniface, Orban, Akpom and co still have to be blended in and some key eyebrow raising exclusions unjustly missing from last games need to be intergrated have a look at what he says. Sometimes I feel that these ex International players are living in the stone ages, they claim to be giant of Africa but cannot even dominate CHAN or CAF Club comps wanting there average players to bypass these tournaments and use SE to create Exposure to NPFL so that what will happen. NPFL players will start dominatimg CHAN and CAF CLub comps. So how will they Dominate CHAN if they can’t even camp for CHAN because so brick heads back home want them to punch above thier weight in Super Eagles Mainstream team. Lol Nigerians are funny people. Self Indulgiant. Yet when Arsenal or Manchester is playing it is a bigger occassion back home than some Enyimba or Remo stars clash funny people. Lol maybe they think if they strong arm the SE coaches to include Mediocre Below standard NPFL players in SE those NPFL players will sign for ARsenal and they will get a cut because Christian Lulu land Chukwu in his delusional mind thinks NPFL players are better than European stars Lol. THE MOST DESTRUCTIVE SET OF PEOPLE TO SUPER EAGLES CAUSE ARE NIGERIANS THEMSELVES. SO SAD!!!!!!!!!!!!.

    HAVE A READ at what Christian LuluLand Chukwu had to say below:
    “Don’t waste money on 25 foreign-based players, Chukwu advises NFF:
    He noted that the apathy to home-based players in the Super Eagles have deprived many talents from the exposure they need to raise their game.

    “The NFF should not waste tax payers’ money to invite foreign-based players for the Sao Tome game because whether they win or lose, they will still be at the AFCON.
    “This game against Sao Tome should be for the home-based players and we have abundant talents that can compete well with the foreign-based players. But the fact remains that they are not exposed in the Super Eagles.
    “With proper blending of the home-based players and quality coaching, they will beat Sao Tome. I can bet you that we have better players in the Nigerian Premier Football League (NPFL) than some of the overseas-based players that are always invited to the Eagles,” he said.”


    • Chima E Samuels 10 months ago

      African leaders are not thoughtful that is why we are seeing all this. People don’t believe this is a true reflection of the country that is why CS can post this sort of thing. Leave these Exes no wonder Esin is ill advising Osimhen to go to Saudi at this young age that he is 3rd after Haaland and Mbappe.

    • 9jaRealist 9 months ago

      @Ugo Iwunze, what’s wrong with fan abegi? They don’t have fans abroad or do you mistakenly think that the fan is a so-called “local” Nigerian invention?!

      PERFECTION SHOULD NEVER BE THR ENEMY OF GOOD OR BETTER THINGS, and the fact that clubs are now concerned about the fitness and health of their players (considering that football players have been known to collapse and die on the field – even abroad) is actually an IMPROVEMENT and a GOOD development.

      Meanwhile, while I personally don’t think it a good idea to prosecute the DEAD RUBBER match vs São Tomé with a home-based team, suffice it to note the last Super Eagles team that actually WON the AFCON had several home-based players (including the player that scored the winning goal in the final), so let’s judge players on INDIVIDUAL merit! 

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