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Aggrey: We can upset Wolves

01 October 2015, 10:44

Abuja -  Prince Aggrey has acknowledged Warri Wolves' title credentials, but says Sunshine Stars are capable of a result this weekend.

Week 32 sees the Owena Waves visits the 3rd placed side at the Warri City Stadium, with one of their talented players optimistic of a good result for his team.

“We will enter the field with the same intensity that fans of the game have noticed in our last two matches (Kwara United and Abia Warriors),” stated Aggrey to News24 this week.

“They have good players capable of punishing and hurting you, but in a game it is still just XI against XI and we want to win.

“We must be stronger than them, be more focused, with more attitude and disputing for every ball.

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“Wolves are a super strong block. They are an opponent who suffocates and who is strong in defence. We are similar. Nowadays in football, working together sees a team more likely to win.

“Along with Enyimba, Wolves are the form team in the Nigeria Professional Football League. It will not be easy playing away from home.”

The forward sees the game as a crucial one for Sunshine Stars' title credentials.

“We are motivated for this one, it's like a Cup Final for us, we have the necessary tools to carve out the result we want, which is three points,” he added.

Warri Wolves and Sunshine Stars will clash at the Warri City Stadium on Sunday 4th October with the game getting underway by 4pm Nig Time.

- News24


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