Enugu Rangers International goalkeeper, Seidu Mutawakilu has told Africa-Foot.com that, they will fight for continental slots if not win the 2020/21 Nigeria Professional Football League title.
The 25-year-old lanky shot stopper was in goal when Rangers International picked an important away point from leaders, Akwa United in a goalless draw on Monday, May 24.
The duel at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium saw Mutawakilu man the post for the entire game.
The former Dreams FC of Ghana goalkeeper said.
“The [Nigeria]League is not easy but thankfully everything is going on well.
“This season is one of the most competitive since I arrived in Nigeria.
“We are hoping at the end of the season, even if we are not able to win the league, we will qualify for the CAF competitions.” Mutawakilu Seidu told Adamu Muftawu of Africa-Foot.com.
The goalless draw pegs Rangers International on 6th with 34 points from 21 matches.
They have an outstanding game to clear which will increase their points buildup if they win.
Akwa United on the other hand are top of the league table with 41 points from 22 matches.
Muta Seidu has a rich experience having kept for Ghana’s two biggest club’s, Kotoko at youth level and Hearts of Oak at senior level.
He had a loan spell at Ghana premier league club, Dreams FC.
He was a member of Ghana’s 2015 U-20 squad at the Africa Youth Championship in Senegal and subsequently the FIFA World Cup in New Zealand the same year.
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