Coach of Rangers International, Imama Amapakabo said after his team’s victory against Rivers United that “Winning the league is now in sight.”
The Eagles assistant coach said they were deserved big winners against Rivers United on Sunday. “I understand Rivers United very well and I am quite happy with the win”.
He concluded that “he told my players (before kick-off) this was going to be one of the easiest games we will play this season.
Rangers have 54 points from 32 matches and are now just four matches away from annexing their first title after 32 years.
The league leaders remaining four matches are away to Shooting Stars, at home to Sunshine Stars, then away to already relegated Ikorodu United, and will play their last game against El Kanemi Warriors at home.