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Rangers was relegated last year but received a major boost a month ago after Postal Corporation of Kenya (PCK) came back as sponsors

Rangers coach Leonard Saleh is confident the team can bounce back to the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) next season.

Rangers was relegated last year but received a major boost a month ago after Postal Corporation of Kenya (PCK) came back as sponsors.

This has seen the club recruit massively in a bid to bounce back to the top league next season. Saleh said they have what it takes to earn promotion after a season and are determined to go for it.

"We have the players and the support from our management. That is all we need to succeed," Saleh told Goal.com.

He admitted that a recent directive by PCK asking all its employees to sign for Rangers will boost the club in a big way.

"My understanding is that the sponsors want all it's employees to play for Rangers and negotiations are underway to ensure it happens. It will obviously be a big boost for us because we are looking at very experienced players."

Among the players targeted include Charles Okwemba and Victor Ochieng both of whom currently turn out for AFC Leopards in the KPL.

Saleh also said he is targeting to recruit former international Pascal Ochieng who is back at the club after a short stint with Simba of Tanzania.

"Ochieng has been training with us and we are currently sorting out his paper work before we can re-sign him. He was already an employee of PCK so there should be no complications."


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