Enugu Rangers will feature in an invitational tournament slated for Warri between November 26th and December 1st a top official of the club has revealed to Goal. The Coal City side finished outside the continental slot after ending the season in fifth position despite their late surge to grab a continental ticket.
The club resumed for the 2013/2014 season with the appointment of new coach, John Obuh and the club's management has announced that more appointments are in the offing as they hope to revamp the Flying Antelopes that couldn't achieve target objectives last season.
Rangers resumed ahead of the next season with the retained old players along with the new technical crew on November 15th but serious training only began three days later. The Enugu based side have been training twice per day under Obuh as they have draw up a schedule that would accommodate trials for tested premier league players and those from the lower league.
In a press statement from the club's director of media and publicity, Foster Chime, Rangers would at end of the trials organised for the fortification of the team embark on a closed door camping at yet to be disclosed site in Anambra State or any other neighbouring states in the South South.
The vice chairman of the club, Ozor Paul Chibuzor said that the club also plans to organise other pre-season activities which include interdenominational service, seminar for players and officials as well as stakeholders forum in Enugu.
Ozor also added that the Flying Antelopes would soon unveil under backroom staff for new coach, Obuh to ensure that the club does not lack anything this season in the league and other activities.