Rangers Coach Imama Amapakabo is facing an imminent strike as the club’s management has given him the notice, stating that he must win or be shown the way out.
Foster Chime, Rangers FC Media Officer, said on Saturday that the ultimatum handed to the coach takes effect from Sunday as the team gets on the road to play Katsina United.
Chime said that the club’s management was disappointed by the poor performance of the team that led to their ouster form the CAF Champions League.
“Imama Amapakabo and his technical crew have been given a three-match must win starting from the away league match against Katsina United on Sunday.
“This was the outcome of an extra-ordinary emergency meeting of Rangers management on Friday.
“The decision was taken as a result of what it described as the persistent abysmal performance of the club both in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) and the CAF Champions League,” Chime said.
Chime added that the club’s management is counting on Coach Imama and his players to get a win in Katsina this weekend as that will help boost the confidence of the team.
“The managerial meeting chaired by the General Manager, Christian Chukwu, equally urged Rangers players to improve on their performance in the next three matches.
“All eyes are on them to redeem the image of the club in the upcoming CAF Confederations Cup as well as the remaining NPFL matches,” Chime said.