Amobi Ezeaku is set to be appointed the new General manager of Nigeria Professional Football League outfit, Rangers.
SPORTGISTER gathered that the former team manager of the Flying Antelopes has been tipped to take over the vacant post.
Ezeaku has returned to the country after completing his FIFA master’s programme in Europe.
According to a reliable source, the young lawyer is interested in taking over the affairs of the club.
Ezeaku will meet with Enugu State Governor, Peter Ndubuisi Mbah, on Thursday to finalise his appointment.
The Coal City club are already preparing for the new season.
Rangers recently appointed Fidelis Ilechwuku as their technical adviser