Christain Chukwu during the '94 Super Eagles vesus Africa Legends organised by MTN as FIFA 2010 World Cup bang campaign at the Teslim Balogun stadium, Lagos. '94 Super Eagles won 2-1. Photo by Sylva Eleanya. 25/7/2009.

Former Super Eagles coach and captain Christian Chukwu has been appointed General Manager/ Chief Executive Officer of Rangers international of Enugu the club has announced.
The club made the announcement via its twitter handle Monday night and cited the decision taken by the state government as an effort to beef up the league defending champions who will be flying the Nation’s flag in this year’s CAF Champions league.
“Chairman Christian Chukwu is now the GM/ CEO of the Club,” the Coal City club dished submitted.
The former Harambees Stars of Kenya coach did not only play for Rangers international but coached the Flying Antelopes leading them to the 6th position in the 2008/2009 season.
The no nonsense defender in captained the Green Eagles team that clinched the Nations Cup in 1980.
Nicknamed The Chairman back in the days of his playing career, Chukwu some say, would be of immense benefit to Rangers at this time that the club need to do well not only at the home front but need to return to the continental front to claim a pride of place.
Rangers it would be recalled broke a 32 year jinx to win the Nigeria league with many of the fans describing the break through as sign of better things to come.

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