Newly appointed Rangers international head coach Salisu Yusulf said he would be working with the team until his employers (NFF) ask him to stop.
Salisu was appointed by the Flying Antelopes on Wednesday 27th November alongside Mbwas Mangut who would be assisting the former Super Eagle coach, the duo replaced Benedict Ugwu and his technical crew who were suspended indefinitely by the club’s management after series of poor result.
The former Enyimba, Kano pillars and home base Eagles who saw his side go down by 3-1 against Egyptian side Pyramids FC in his first game in charge and also the team’s first game in the group stages of the CAF Confederations Cup on Sunday at the cathedral.
Salisu speaking to reporters said he will continue to work with the seven times Nigeria Professional football league Champions but he do not know the time the Nigerian football federation will ask him to stop.
“I will continue to work here, until my employer(NFF) tells me to stop, I have a contract there and they send me to work, so I don’t know the time of the (you understand), for now I will continue to work with the team”
What’s Next for Salisu?
Salisu Yusulf and his Rangers team will be away in Egypt as they lock horns with Al Masry in second CAF Confederations Cup group stage game on Sunday 8.