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Wolves confident of a win against Sunshine Stars in Akure

18 June 2015, 07:24

Abuja - The Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) week 12 continues today, Thursday June 18, 2015 in Kano, Akure and Makurdi.

Kano Pillars is set to host Giwa FC (Jos) in Kano, FC Taraba (Jalingo) will host Wikki Tourist (Bauchi) at the Aper Aku Stadium Makurdi pending the completion of repairs at their home ground, Jolly Nyame Stadium in Jalingo and Sunshine Stars (Akure) will welcome Warri Wolves in Akure.

The Media Manager of Warri Wolves FC, Etu Moses in a chat to News24 Nigeria has expressed confidence as his team left Warri for Akure on Wednesday morning that the Seasiders are optimistic of picking at least a minimum point in Akure.

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 "It's quiet unfortunate that we couldn't make it to the group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup but we've moved on and you saw the focus and intent of the team in that week 11 home win against Kano Pillars, “Etu told News24 Nigeria

"We aren't playing in the Federation Cup, which means we've got to focus on the league if Warri Wolves want to get back to play on the continent. As we leave for Akure, our target is to at least get a mi I mum point in Akure," Etu said confidently. 

 Etu informed that a team of 18 players and officials left Warri for Akure on Wednesday morning. The list of players that left are : Akpeyi Daniel, Eriose Tega, Kwambe Solomon,Ogagotewho Oke, Onamado Goodluck, Ojo Mine, Ichull Lordson, Itoya Kelvin, Dimgba Stanley, Egbeta Michael, Omodiagbe Emmanuel, Semiu Liadi, Osadiaye Joseph, Alimi Sikiru, Okoyoh Michael, Onyekachi Okafor, Ibenegbu Ikechukwu and Abu Azeez.

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