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Clement warns Enugu Rangers to be wary of Niger Tornadoes

6:48 AM GMT+8 15/06/2017
Bobby Clement - Enugu Rangers
The Flying Antelopes’ striker has charged his teammates to be ready to fight for the 90 minutes if they are to get a result in Lokoja.

Enugu Rangers’ striker, Bobby Clement has told his teammates to wary of Niger Tornadoes who have proved to be tough side to touch especially at their fortress in Lokoja as the Flying Antelopes visit them this weekend in a league tie.

Tornadoes have won almost all their home matches and have also picked some few points away and Clement who was in the team that picked a precious point at the Confluence Stadium last season has noted that the Flying Antelopes can repeat the feat if they cannot surpass it if they are serious with the game from the start to the end.

“I have to praise Tornadoes for doing a good job this season. It is not a mistake that they are in the top seven of the league but I still believe we can find ways to beat them or at least a get a draw if we remain very hard working from the beginning to the end. Almost all the teams that have visited them have lost but we can stop that if we believe so much in ourselves,” Clement told Goal.

Clement has not been that productive since the commencement of the second round of the league but the striker expressed that he is working on the areas that have made him slow down and that starting with their away tie to Tornadoes this weekend his fans will begin to see his best for Rangers.

The reigning league champions are 14th on the league table with 31 points from 24 games and they are four points adrift of safety.