Chime, Onuh promise Rangers cash reward if they beat Recreativo Libolo

The Enugu State governor as well as the club’s chairman have both promised to reward the players if they qualify for the group stage of the Champions League

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Enugu State Governor, Sullivan Chime and Rangers board chairman, Festus Onuh, have both promised to reward the players and officials of Rangers to the tune of One million naira should they pick a ticket to the lucrative stage of the 2013 Orange CAF Champions league.

Chime told the players through his Senior Special Assistant, Victor Atuonwu that the Governor will reward the players immediately they return to Nigeria next week.

ÔÇ£Yes the Governor will surely reward the players if they scale this hurdle. Immediately they return to Nigeria, the reward will come,ÔÇØ Atuonwu told Goal.com.

Onuh on his part promised make the players smile in the form of a large sum as a motivating factor for the players to go for the kill.

ÔÇ£This is my own small way of motivating the players to up their game in today’s match. I strongly believe in the ability of the players to deliver the goods for Nigeria today,ÔÇØ Onuh told Goal.com.

ÔÇ£Yes, we might have drawn the first leg in Nigeria but with the current form and mind-set of the players for this return leg match, I do not see the Angolans withstanding Rangers.

ÔÇ£They are a good side no doubt, but we shall prove on the pitch that we are the better side,ÔÇØ added the Port Harcourt business mogul.

Rangers have been boosted by the arrival of Africa Cup of Nations hero Sunday Mba and Super Eagles invitee, Emeka Eze, who flew into Luanda on Saturday morning.

The second leg, second round match is slated for 3.00pm Nigerian time inside Estadio Municipal do Calulo.