Former coach of Enugu Rangers Imama Amakapabo has confirmed that he has been relieved of his position at the club.
Imama who also doubles as one of the assistant coaches for the Nigerian national team the Super eagles made the confirmation via his official social media handle
“It’s official received a termination of my contract with Rangers international football Club by email by 5:35pm. Thank you lord for every,” he said on his twitter handle @amapakab.
The club is yet to make an official statement on the issue and initial reports suggested he was only suspended by the management of the Flying Antelopes
Rangers are now considering naming Sylvanus Okpala an ex-international and also a former assistant coach with the Super Eagles during the reign of late Stephen Keshi is being muted as a replacement while Okey Emordi is also being considered
Imama Amakapabo won the 2016 Nigerian professional Football league title with Rangers but has endured a torrid spell this season with Rangers occupying the bottom spot in the NPFL and on the verge of an exit from the CAF Confederation Cup playoffs round