Amapakabo inks new Rangers deal

By Daily Sports on October 27, 2016

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Imama Amapakabo has signed a new two-year deal with Nigerian champions Enugu Rangers to remain as their head coach.

The trainer penned the new contract on Wednesday in Enugu having agreed in principle to stay with the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) winners.

"Yes I have signed a new deal," he told supersport.com on Wednesday after signing a contract extension with the Flying Antelopes.

"It is time to get down to work now after signing a new deal."

Amapakabo was initially contracted on a one-year deal at Rangers in his first season as a head coach in the country's top division.

He will now stay at the club till 2018 while he will oversee their three-pronged challenge of the Caf Champions League, NPFL and Federation Cup next season. (supersport.com)

•Photo shows Imama Amapakabo

Source Daily Sports

Posted October 27, 2016


 

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