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Comrade Toxic and Bashorun YemiB, this is for you :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:


Comrade Ukwala: I know that the market was good for you yesterday....So, I will pass on this one today :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: Enjoy the moment :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

Comrade Toxic, thank you for being considerate :tic: . What the brother 'DeKola said should be the position of all @Official3SC supporters sha :taunt:

Brother 'DeKola Dey Kraze :boo:

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Rangers only home team to lose at home this week, I believe. Lost 1-2 to Akwa United.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 17, 2020 4:01 pm 
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Enugu II wrote:
Rangers only home team to lose at home this week, I believe. Lost 1-2 to Akwa United.

EII,

Rangers were indeed the only team to lose yesterday but the Abia Vs Enyimba game that was abandoned yesterday and concluded today ended in a 1-4 loss for Abia, making it two home losses on matchday 20.

Pity about Rangers because we had started our gradual ascent out of the relegation zone only to be sucked back in. Yes, we have games in hand but we should never have lost to Akwa at home after a fine run of form.

Anyway, onto the next game against Kano Pillars on Wednesday in Enugu in a matchday 11 rescheduled fixture.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 17, 2020 6:33 pm 
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That Enugu game v Pillars may be too tricky for Rangers given that Pillars recently had like 12/13 or so games unbeaten (?) home and away.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 18, 2020 2:52 pm 
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ukwala wrote:
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Rangers only home team to lose at home this week, I believe. Lost 1-2 to Akwa United.

EII,

Rangers were indeed the only team to lose yesterday but the Abia Vs Enyimba game that was abandoned yesterday and concluded today ended in a 1-4 loss for Abia, making it two home losses on matchday 20.

Pity about Rangers because we had started our gradual ascent out of the relegation zone only to be sucked back in. Yes, we have games in hand but we should never have lost to Akwa at home after a fine run of form.

Anyway, onto the next game against Kano Pillars on Wednesday in Enugu in a matchday 11 rescheduled fixture.

Heartland doing the job. We will soon be in one of the continental spots at this rate.

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Enugu II wrote:
Rangers only home team to lose at home this week, I believe. Lost 1-2 to Akwa United.



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Heartland doing the job. We will soon be in one of the continental spots at this rate.

Case of unlawful termination and indebtedness, LMC bans Heartland from transfers

Shouldn't affect their season though but could affect longer term plans if not promptly resolved


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 20, 2020 6:13 pm 
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That Enugu game v Pillars may be too tricky for Rangers given that Pillars recently had like 12/13 or so games unbeaten (?) home and away.



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Enyimba are 6 points from 1st place with 3 games in hand, they've been winning so many game like 5 or 6

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Rangers only home team to lose at home this week, I believe. Lost 1-2 to Akwa United.




Am impressed by the quality of the football. Our next U20 and U23 should be all home based, the talent and quality is there, no need to be going to Europe to get age grade players.


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This season started very well with the league table looking very promising but now it's all messed up. On to the next season.

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This season started very well with the league table looking very promising but now it's all messed up. On to the next season.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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This season started very well with the league table looking very promising but now it's all messed up. On to the next season.

:lol: :lol: :lol:



Gotti,

Update, please. I thought Rangers lost yesterday 1-2. I think Rangers will finish mid-table when it is all said and done. Only chance for a trophy is the Cup.

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Gotti wrote:
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This season started very well with the league table looking very promising but now it's all messed up. On to the next season.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

:taunt: :taunt: :taunt: The table is even more ‘messed up’ after today’s matches :lol: :lol: :lol:



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Here is a table that gives the more precise positioning of teams based on average points per game played:

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1. Plateau Utd 1.818 per game
2. Rivers Utd. 1.772
3. Lobi Stars. 1.772
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4. Enyimba. 1.667
5. Katsina Utd. 1.500
6. Akwa Utd. 1.435
7. Kano Pillars. 1.429
8. Sunshine Stars. 1.409
9. FCIU. 1.364
10. Rangers Intl. 1.350
11. Dakkada Utd. 1.348
12. Heartland. 1.318
13. Warri Wolves. 1.286
14. Wikki Tourists. 1.273
15. MFM. 1.227
16. Abia Warriors. 1.227
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17. Nasarawa Utd. 1.136
18. Kwara Utd. 1.136
19. Jigawa Stars. 1.045
20. Adamawa Utd. 0.909

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Enugu II wrote:
Here is a table that gives the more precise positioning of teams based on average points per game played:

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1. Plateau Utd 1.818 per game
2. Rivers Utd. 1.772
3. Lobi Stars. 1.772
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4. Enyimba. 1.667
5. Katsina Utd. 1.500
6. Akwa Utd. 1.435
7. Kano Pillars. 1.429
8. Sunshine Stars. 1.409
9. FCIU. 1.364
10. Rangers Intl. 1.350
11. Dakkada Utd. 1.348
12. Heartland. 1.318
13. Warri Wolves. 1.286
14. Wikki Tourists. 1.273
15. MFM. 1.227
16. Abia Warriors. 1.227
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17. Nasarawa Utd. 1.136
18. Kwara Utd. 1.136
19. Jigawa Stars. 1.045
20. Adamawa Utd. 0.909

EII,

Now I see why you believe Rangers will finish mid-table. Since the day you used Dakkada to denigrate the great Enugu Rangers, I have loathed them and am happy to see them below Rangers :taunt: :taunt:. Hopefully it remains that way to the end of the season.


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ukwala wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Here is a table that gives the more precise positioning of teams based on average points per game played:

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1. Plateau Utd 1.818 per game
2. Rivers Utd. 1.772
3. Lobi Stars. 1.772
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4. Enyimba. 1.667
5. Katsina Utd. 1.500
6. Akwa Utd. 1.435
7. Kano Pillars. 1.429
8. Sunshine Stars. 1.409
9. FCIU. 1.364
10. Rangers Intl. 1.350
11. Dakkada Utd. 1.348
12. Heartland. 1.318
13. Warri Wolves. 1.286
14. Wikki Tourists. 1.273
15. MFM. 1.227
16. Abia Warriors. 1.227
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17. Nasarawa Utd. 1.136
18. Kwara Utd. 1.136
19. Jigawa Stars. 1.045
20. Adamawa Utd. 0.909

EII,

Now I see why you believe Rangers will finish mid-table. Since the day you used Dakkada to denigrate the great Enugu Rangers, I have loathed them and am happy to see them below Rangers :taunt: :taunt:. Hopefully it remains that way to the end of the season.


ukwala,

I was thinking of your Dakkada dig when I was doing the table and I knew it was coming. Just realize season is not over. Seriously, though, I was impressed with Dakkada's start but they probably had the biggest dive downwards after I did the re-calculation. :blink:

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Enugu II wrote:
ukwala wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Here is a table that gives the more precise positioning of teams based on average points per game played:

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1. Plateau Utd 1.818 per game
2. Rivers Utd. 1.772
3. Lobi Stars. 1.772
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4. Enyimba. 1.667
5. Katsina Utd. 1.500
6. Akwa Utd. 1.435
7. Kano Pillars. 1.429
8. Sunshine Stars. 1.409
9. FCIU. 1.364
10. Rangers Intl. 1.350
11. Dakkada Utd. 1.348
12. Heartland. 1.318
13. Warri Wolves. 1.286
14. Wikki Tourists. 1.273
15. MFM. 1.227
16. Abia Warriors. 1.227
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17. Nasarawa Utd. 1.136
18. Kwara Utd. 1.136
19. Jigawa Stars. 1.045
20. Adamawa Utd. 0.909

EII,

Now I see why you believe Rangers will finish mid-table. Since the day you used Dakkada to denigrate the great Enugu Rangers, I have loathed them and am happy to see them below Rangers :taunt: :taunt:. Hopefully it remains that way to the end of the season.


ukwala,

I was thinking of your Dakkada dig when I was doing the table and I knew it was coming. Just realize season is not over. Seriously, though, I was impressed with Dakkada's start but they probably had the biggest dive downwards after I did the re-calculation. :blink:

EII,

May their nosedive continue unabated to the end of the season. You hurt me with your comments and turned me against them (for no fault of theirs :huh: ).


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Look who's already in 5th place and climbing... :clap:


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Looking at the table, Rangers' true position is below #5 when the dust settles. Enyimba really will be much higher than their current sport. Enyimba should finish most likely among the top four teams.

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