Lagos - Warri Wolves coach, Sam Okpodu has said his side will redirect their energies on the league after the Caf Confederation Cup second round first tie against Congolese side, FC MK Etancheite in Warri on Saturday, Supersport reports.
The encounter ended 2-1 in favour of the Seasiders with the reverse fixture reserved for the 80,000 seats Stade des Martyrs in Kinshasa.
Wolves have two outstanding matches against South South neighbours, Dolphins and El Kanemi Warriors respectively due to the continental duties.
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Okpodu said time has come for the side to pay undivided attention on the domestic league as it is key to their future participation at the continent.
“Right now we’ve to concentrate on the league as that’s the leverage we’ll ride to return to the continent.
“We’ve key outstanding matches at Dolphins and a home game against El Kanemi Warriors so we’ve to work hard on how to get the desired results in both matches.
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