Rangers go into closed camping for end of season game against Sharks

In a bid to prepare very well for their last game of the season, the Enugu side has decided to bring the players together earlier than usual
Rangers management have decided to take their players into close camping for the game against Sharks next week Friday.

Immediately after their last training Friday morning, all the players were taken to Whiteclef hotel where they normally stay during their home matches in Enugu.

They will remain there until the last game in the Nigeria Premier League (NPL) next week against Sharks where they are expected to get a good result and hope they can still win the League title.

Rangers media officer, Foster Chime told Goal.com that the need for full concentration neccesisiated the issue of close camping for the players.

"That game against Sharks is very important for us. We need to win and win well. The boys also need the atmosphere for them to prepare well for the game.

"All the players are raring to go and they have assured that they will beat Sharks in Enugu. All we are praying is to get favourable results in Ijebu Ode and Kaduna," Chime added.

Rangers is presently third on the NPL table with 61 points, behind Lobi Stars and Kano Pillars.