Coach of Nigeria Professional Football League title holders, Enugu Rangers, Imama Amapakabo, has confirmed that there has been an increase in his salary and improvement on his terms of service, declaring that the conditions are right for him and his boys to get down for their title defence and CAF Champions League campaign.
Amapakabo who spoke exclusively to www.sportstalkafrica.com revealed that the club will resume pre-season camp effectively on November 4 while the players are all expected to have returned to camp on November 3.
Though he did not disclose the amount of increment to his salary, he assured that it is a settled he remains with the club.
“There has been an improvement on my terms of service. A little more kobo has been added to what I was earning and I remain with Rangers. The conditions are right for us for our title Defence and for our campaign in the CAF Champions League.”
While the club resumes training on November 4, Amapakabo revealed that the pre-season activities may take them out of the coal city.
“The players are expected to return to camp on November 3 while pre-season training will resume effectively on November 4. The pre-season may take us out of Enugu. Details of the pre-season destination will be sorted by next week when we resume.”
Imama Amapakabo pulled off a magical run for Enugu Rangers, leaving no one in doubt, from the beginning to the end of the season, about their ambition for the 2015/2016 title which they won after 32 years of drought.