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Former Rangers International 2016 NPFL title winner, Bobby Clement has returned to the club after a short spell in Asia, AOIFootball.com can confirm.

The lanky football player was spotted around the Coal City camp of the Flying Antelopes and their training sessions at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium.

Speaking to AOIFootball.com, the prolific striker described his return to Rangers as a return home, stating that it feels good to be back to where it all started.

“It’s a wonderful feeling to be back to my roots; I traveled from here and I’m back home to be part of the great things happening here,” he said.

The former Rangers’ goal poacher, who was on loan to Kuwaiti side, El Arabi FC for over a year, believes his second coming is a done deal, insisting that he wants to be part of more championship victories for the Coal City club.

“My transaction with El Arabi FC was actually a loan deal, which is over, and now I want to put in my own quota to ensure Enugu Rangers International wins more laurels,” he stated.

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