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Aigbogun: We are ready for Sunshine Stars

02 October 2015, 18:48

Lagos - The Technical Adviser of Warri Wolves, Paul Aigbogun has said the team is fully ready for Sunshine Stars on Saturday at the Warri City Stadium and assured their fans that they have nothing to fear.

Soft spoken Aigbogun who spoke after their training on Friday morning, declared that what happened during the week when the players made an attempt to go on strike will not affect their performance, because the players know what is at stake at this point.

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"We have just finished our training and I know that the players will live up to my expectations. We have spoken to them and they know what is at stake at this point. We cannot allow that to affect us, especially with what Sunshine did to us in the first leg in Akure."

Aigbogun also appealed to the fans to come out in large numbers to cheer the boys to victory, citing the situation in Kano where the stadium was filled to capacity with thousands of fans cheering their team.

"We want the fans to come out and support the boys. We need them at this time when the situation has become critical, as we march on to catch up with Enyimba. We know we can do it and we are going to give it our best. In Kano, what I saw really impressed me and I want Warri people and its environs to come out on Saturday to cheer the team to victory."

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