Rangers International Media Officer, Norbert Okolie says the club is ready to upset their host, Katsina United in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) match day two.
Okolie, in a statement issued on Tuesday in Enugu, said the club was ready to battle Katsina United to stand still.
He said that the club was aiming for an upset in the rescheduled match day two, to be played on Wednesday, April 3 at the Mohammadu Dickko Stadium, Katsina.
”With two home victories over Sunshine Stars, Remo Stars and valuable away draws in Sagamu, mid-week, Minna at the weekend, the coach Olugbenga Ogunbote tutored side is in the right frame of mind to annex all points at stake in Katsina,” he said.
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Okolie quoted Ogunbote as that:“ We are going to Katsina with a strong belief that we would get something from the match, like I always say, we take every match as they come and this one is not different.
”The players are in the best state of mind to get the needed result in Katsina and I remember that last season, they ran away with a lone goal victory, but this time, we are set to re-write the history,” he said.
Okolie said that the club strikers were eager to get the goals after firing blank in their last two matches.
“I know it will be a difficult match but the players were ready to go for the three points at stake,” Okolie said.