Lagos - Warri Wolves, the country’s representatives in the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Confederation Cup, has left Warri for Lagos en-route to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The side is scheduled to leave Lagos on Thursday to the DRC where they are fixtured against AC Leopards in the playoff round of the tournament.
The match is scheduled for Dolisie on Sunday afternoon.
A total of 17 players will do duty in the DRC.
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Among these are Akpeyi Daniel, Odah Okiemute, Kwambe Solomon, Ogagotewho Oke, Onamado Goodluck, Ojo Mine, Ichull Lordson, Omofoman Freedom, Dimgba Stanley, Egbeta Michael, Etebo Oghenekaro, Semiu Liadi, Egwuekwe Azubuike, Akpojuvwewo Bright, Onyekachi Okafor, Ibenegbu Ikechukwu and Abu Azeez.
Wolves have already knocked out a Congolese side from the tournament.
In the previous round, they beat MK Etanchiete 3-1 on aggregate. This included a gutsy 1-0 away win in Kinshasa.
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- CAJ News