Management of Rangers International F.C of Enugu has announced the postponement of the earlier resumption date for the 2020/2021 NPFL season.
The Flying Antelopes General Manager and Chief Executive Officer, Prince Davidson Owumi said that the postponement became necessary due largely to the current directive from Presidential Task Force (PTF) on Covid-19, stating that football as contact sport was not one of those allowed to return.
“We are a law-abiding institution and will in no way flout laws put in place by a well-constituted government body like NCDC and PTF.
“When we get the final clearance, they will be informed of when to return,”Owumi said.
Both old and new players of Rangers were instructed to report for duties at the weekend following earlier information on the lifting of suspension on football activities without fans in the stadiums.
But the latest directive has sort of compelling the management of the Flying Antelopes to reverse the earlier directive.
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