Rangers media officer, Sobenna Nwagbo, writes that the Flying Antelopes are shopping for junior players as the team graduates four budding talents to the senior team.
Rangers International football Club of Enugu are looking for young players who are between 18 and 20 years to join its feeder team and be trained to develop their football careers.
Those selected to play in the Rangers Feeder Team (junior Rangers) and who prove themselves as good players may likely be featured to play in the Nigeria Amateur League One (NLO).
Club officials announced the junior openings this week as Rangers Management formally elevated four of her junior players to the senior team and subsequently registered them in the Nigeria Professional Football League competitions to assist the Club to prosecute the 2019/2020 football competitions.
The lucky four have since started training with their counterparts playing for Rangers in CAF Confederation Cup, Nigeria Professional Football League and Aiteo cup competitions.
They include Chinedu Nwagwu (defensive midfielder), Nnamdi Nnaji (support striker), Anthony Ogba (striker) and Nweke Ifebuche (defender).
The boys who were under the tutelage of Coach Basil Obetta (Big man Coach) and Phinan Ozonweke are happy that their dreams of playing professional football are coming to reality.
According to Ozonweke, “the dream of every student is to graduate. These players have graduated to play for Rangers while others graduated to play for other Clubs. Some are repeating class as well.”