Tope Olusesi is unhappy with Rangers International’s defeat against Rivers United, but he’s optimistic they will bounce back.
A 62nd-minute goal by Nyima Nwangwa condemned former league champions, Rangers International F.C to their third loss of the season and very first on the road.
The defeat at Adokiye Amesiamaka sports complex, left the Flying Antelopes in 3rd position barring the result of the Lobi Stars vs. Remo Stars encounter that was moved to Thursday, February 21, 2022.
Captain of the ‘Flying Antelopes’, Tope Olusesi rued the loss but promised that the team would work its way back to the top stressing :
“It was a good game we had against Rivers United but sadly we lost. Notwithstanding, we still made efforts and commitments to do well in our next away game and it is the beginning of good things for us.”
“We are committed to do better in the next the game, It was a difficult game and that’s summed up the season for us.”
“We have chances to move up on the table, but we don’t take advantage.”
“We are aiming for first or second on the table and we still believe we can get there.”
Rangers will next play against struggling Kano Pillars in a matchday 15 fixture at their adopted home ground of F.C Ifeanyi Ubah Stadium, Nnewi on Sunday, and Olusesi is looking for a positive results from the game.
“It’s an advantage for us, irrespective of their form, because we are condemned to win at home and we are ready to fight for the win.”
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