Ex-Flying Eagles’ head coach, John Obuh, has been handed an ultimatum to win the next three matches after Enugu Rangers lost their second game of the season to newly promoted Giwa FC.
Rangers fell 0 – 1 to Giwa on Wednesday and they also lost 1 – 2 to their oreintal rivals, Enyimba FC, in their opening game of the new season.
Rangers’ media officer, Foster Chime, told MTNFootball.com the management was far from satisfied with the performance of the team, hence the ultimatum.
“The G.M, Paul Chibuzor, worried about the number of points recorded by the coach John Obuh-led coaching crew and as a measure to check this low productivity, has given them the ultimatum to win our next three games or face some sanctions,” Chime disclosed.
Rangers hosts Sunshine Stars this Sunday in Enugu before making two difficult road trips to Port Harcourt and Warri for dates with Dolphins and Warri Wolves, respectively.
Obuh joined Rangers amid high expectations, promising to secure for “the Flying Antelopes” a major trophy after they have gone almost three decades without any silverware.
Rangers have three points from as many matches now.