- Enugu Rangers have told head coach Imama Amapakabo to step aside
- The Nigerian League club are at the bottom of the table
- Imama helped Enugu Rangers win the League title last season
The board of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) side Enugu Rangers have asked their head coach Imama Amapakabo to step side after series of poor results this season.
NAIJ.com can report that the board of the Flying Antelopes were furious following Enugu Rangers' 2-2 home draw against Zesco United in their first leg of the CAF Confederations Cup knock out stages on Sunday, April 9, 2017.
Enugu Rangers who are the current Nigerian champions are not also finding it rosy this term in the top flight as they are currently rooted at the bottom of the standings.
An official of the club Foster Chime confirmed that latest development stressing that the club will later meet on Monday, April 10 to deliberate on their next step.
''Yes, we have asked him (Imama) to step aside due to some reasons and we will still have meeting to decide on so many things,'' Chime explained.
Last season, Imama Amapakabo's name was recorded in the history books of the Flying Antelopes after helping the club to win the League title.