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 Post subject: Rangers sack Imama
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The 2016 #NPFL title-winning coach was asked to win their #CAFCC play-off 1st leg game against Zesco or be sacked and failed.


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Rangers Int'l FC coach, Imama Amapakabo has been sacked after a very poor start to the season.
Chukwuma Agbo is now the interim coach.

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 Post subject: Re: Rangers sack Imama
PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2017 1:00 pm 
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Na wa. Claudio Ranieri situation.

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 Post subject: Re: Rangers sack Imama
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Useless Rangers muhaha

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 Post subject: Re: Rangers sack Imama
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Imama should have walked after winning the cup..damn this is why i refused to go into coaching...it is one useless job..full of highs and lows..hero today villain tomorrow. To think just a couple of montha ago,he was being treated like a king, being courted like a beaitiful virgin, a few months later discarded like a worn out condom. That is the nauseating life of a football coach. I am sure they wont pay him his entitlements ..that is what makes it even sickening.

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 Post subject: Re: Rangers sack Imama
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Imama should have walked after winning the cup..damn this is why i refused to go into coaching...it is one useless job..full of highs and lows..hero today villain tomorrow. To think just a couple of montha ago,he was being treated like a king, being courted like a beaitiful virgin, a few months later discarded like a worn out condom. That is the nauseating life of a football coach. I am sure they won't pay him his entitlements ..that is what makes it even sickening.


Oloye,

For me, the best move by a Coach is NOT TO RESIGN. The best move is to BE SACKED. Why? Being sacked is normal and has no effect on future job and yet assures that you are paid off. Resigning means no pay off.

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 Post subject: Re: Rangers sack Imama
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Enugu II wrote:
oloye wrote:
Imama should have walked after winning the cup..damn this is why i refused to go into coaching...it is one useless job..full of highs and lows..hero today villain tomorrow. To think just a couple of montha ago,he was being treated like a king, being courted like a beaitiful virgin, a few months later discarded like a worn out condom. That is the nauseating life of a football coach. I am sure they won't pay him his entitlements ..that is what makes it even sickening.


Oloye,

For me, the best move by a Coach is NOT TO RESIGN. The best move is to BE SACKED. Why? Being sacked is normal and has no effect on future job and yet assures that you are paid off. Resigning means no pay off.

Good luck to that arrangement in Naija. When i said he should have walked ,i meant at the end of the season...the guy passed up many lucrative offers to stay with Rangers

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oloye wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
oloye wrote:
Imama should have walked after winning the cup..damn this is why i refused to go into coaching...it is one useless job..full of highs and lows..hero today villain tomorrow. To think just a couple of montha ago,he was being treated like a king, being courted like a beaitiful virgin, a few months later discarded like a worn out condom. That is the nauseating life of a football coach. I am sure they won't pay him his entitlements ..that is what makes it even sickening.


Oloye,

For me, the best move by a Coach is NOT TO RESIGN. The best move is to BE SACKED. Why? Being sacked is normal and has no effect on future job and yet assures that you are paid off. Resigning means no pay off.

Good luck to that arrangement in Naija. When i said he should have walked ,i meant at the end of the season...the guy passed up many lucrative offers to stay with Rangers


Okay. You are right about moving on but the opportunity to coach in a continental competition must have been intoxicating. He will easily find a job in any case. A good coach will largely be noticed. Kennedy Boboye is leading the league today with Plateau United after leaving Abia Warriors. Makaiba left Wikki and is doing well with Akwa after a poor start. Ogunbote has never been without a job. Imama will surely find a job. I have no doubts on that.

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 Post subject: Re: Rangers sack Imama
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He signed a new N2m monthly deal for 2 years.

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 Post subject: Re: Rangers sack Imama
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Toxicarrow wrote:

Wao terminated by email! Classy Rangers!

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 Post subject: Re: Rangers sack Imama
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The problem was not Imama, but managment. it was a bad idea to bring back CCC.

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 Post subject: Poverty in Rangers...
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International of Enugu, Imama Amapakabo has told the management of the embattled club to look elsewhere other than his side for reasons behind the continuous poor run of the team this season.


Amapakabo who led the coal city side to win the Nigeria Premier League after 32 years was sacked on Monday after the team which crashed out of the CAF Champions League also threw away a two goals lead to play 2-2 draw with Zesco FC of Zambia in the Federations Cup.

But in a radio interview monitored in Abuja on Tuesday, Amapakabo said he was not angry because posterity will surely vindicate him.

“There are too many things that happened which many people don’t know about. For me I have taken everything in good fate, in fact it is a thing of joy for me. As far as I am concerned I accomplished my dream in Rangers because I gave them what they never had for over 30 years.

“The issue of failure is not for me to explain but the management. There are people in the team that don’t have focus and if they fail to correct those anomalies, I don’t see them achieving anything.

“Let me tell you that as we speak Rangers have not cleared any player and I challenge the management of the team to publish my contract and to contradict any of my claims here. Things are so bad in Rangers that at times I had to use my money to feed the players. There is poverty in Rangers and it is ruining the Club’’.

But when asked why he refused to resign when things started getting out of hands, the former junior international said he had a contract which he wanted to protect; adding that he believed that things would turn round for the team.

Rangers are still at the rock bottom of the Nigerian Premier League.


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“Let me tell you that as we speak Rangers have not cleared any player and I challenge the management of the team to publish my contract and to contradict any of my claims here. Things are so bad in Rangers that at times I had to use my money to feed the players. There is poverty in Rangers and it is ruining the Club’’.

But when asked why he refused to resign when things started getting out of hands, the former junior international said he had a contract which he wanted to protect; adding that he believed that things would turn round for the team.

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When i raised this issue someone challenged me....i heard this information straight from people on the ground. I called the guy up and started yapping Rangers bla bla until the guy told me to hold and he narrated the state of affairs....my views changed since.

They used fake promises to tie down the players and officials, once they missed the opportunity of going to a greener pasture..they fell at the mercy of the management of the club who could not be bothered!

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So basically if they don't act quickly, the antelopes will set another record in nigerian football. Win the league this season and then get relegated the next season. By the way they seem to be copying the iwuanyanwu poverty template.


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Very sad..

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I complained when Chukwu was appointed GM.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 12, 2017 11:02 am 
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Christian should stay very far from Rangers..

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Where are all the Enugu people here? No wonder they celebrated their winning the league for 6 whole months like it was the last supper. Maybe it was..

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Where are all the Enugu people here? No wonder they celebrated their winning the league for 6 whole months like it was the last supper. Maybe it was..

We are with the Enugu girls that like to do, to do, to do.

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They can't even do a football club properly and they want to do a country? Msshhheeew. Good luck with that :tic:

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 Post subject: Re: Rangers sack Imama
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Who merged these threads? One is about the coach being sacked and the other is about poverty of Rangers, so they are not the same subject. Please separate the poverty thread. Some of us have more to discuss on that thread. Trying to hide the poverty of Rangers by merging it to this thread is abuse of power.

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