By Lexi Elo
Warri Wolves will leave for Ethiopia via Lagos on Friday ahead of Sunday’s CAF Confederation Cup first round, second leg affair against Dedebit FC. The Seasiders head into the second leg with a two-goal advantage from the first leg encounter played in Warri courtesy of strikes from Oghenekaro Etebo and Gbolahan Salami.
“Our attention has been drawn to some newspaper reports which has elicited phone calls from well wishers and fans of Warri Wolves Football Club that the team may not be able to honour the return leg of the CAF Confederation Cup in Ethiopia and may end up the way of Dolphin FC OF Port Harcourt,” media officer Moses Etu stated in his press release.
“I wish to state it clearly that the Government and those in charge of the Club are working seriously to see that the team leaves the shores of this country as planned. The players, 20 in number have been moved from the Club Camp in Warri since Monday morning to prepare their mind for the journey as the team is expected to leave Warri on Thursday morning and will spend the night in Lagos before flying to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Friday morning,” he concluded.
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