Lagos - Warri Wolves have left Nigeria on Wednesday morning ahead of their CAF Confederation Cup second round, second leg clash with FC MK of Democratic Republic of Congo.
Warri Wolves, the only Nigerian team left in continental championship, take a 2-1 home lead to the return leg billed for the Tata Raphael Stadium in Kinshasa on Friday.
A 26–man delegation, including 18 players and eight officials traveled aboard ASKY Airline in Lagos and are to arrive in Kinshasa on Wednesday evening.
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The Confederation of African Football has appointed Cameroonian officials to take charge of the game, with Aurelien Juenkou Wandji as Referee. Yanoussa Moussa will be 1st Assistant, while Thierry Bruno Tocke and Mandeng Bakaly Cosmas Jerome will serve as 2nd Assistant and Reserve Referee respectively.
Agostinho Basilio Muluta Prata from Angola will be Match Commissioner.
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