The management of Enugu Rangers FC have reportedly handed coach John Obuh a three-match ultimatum following Wednesday’s 1-0 loss to newly promoted Giwa United in Jos.
The ex-Flying Eagles coach is now expected to guide Rangers to full points in their next three games or “face sanctions”, according to MTNFootball.com..
The ‘Flying Antelopes’ have won one of their opening three matches in the ongoing campaign- the 2-1 win over Kano Pillars- and sits 15th in the Glo Premier League table.
The results does not go down well with the management, according to the club media officer Foster Chime.
“The G.M, Paul Chibuzor, is so worried at 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 told MTNFootball.com.
Rangers hosts Sunshine Stars this Sunday in Enugu before playing at Dolphins and Warri Wolves.
Obuh joined Rangers, after leading the Flying Eagles to a disappointing Fifa Under-17 World Cup campaign in Turkey last year. He promised to guide the Enugu-based side to winning a major silverware on resumption of duty, but the management look to be fast-tracking on any unfavourable outcome before hand.