Rangers football membership of Enugu has suspended its Technical Adviser, Imama Amapakabo “for safety reasons.”
Spokesman for membership, Foster Chimem, said the supporters were restless over the negative performance of the membership.
Chime stated, in Enugu, on Monday, that the choice was once brought on with the aid of the supporter’s motion towards the train after the 2-2 draw with Zesco United of Zambia on April 9.
“The supporters just about beat him up after we conceded two goals advantage inside four minutes to the Zambians.
“Some supporters went after him, but for the safety personnel that escorted him out, it would have been a calamity.
“So, the management has no option than to ask him to step apart so that he’s going to cease being a goal of the fans’’, he said.
He recalled that the management decided to continue with Amapakabo at the same time as he could now not ship during his three-fit ultimatum.
The spokesman noted that the administration refused to take any action on the train as they believed that he might do higher..
“it’s unlucky that the supporters revolted over the membership’s efficiency in opposition to Zesco Utd and Amapakabo took place to be their target’’, Chime said.
Chime said the club had no intention of asking the train to go as a result of he still had the magic of champions in him. (NAN)