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Warri Wolves get dates for outstanding NPFL matches

25 June 2015, 09:14

Abuja - Warri Wolves FC have been formally communicated dates to all their outstanding matches by the League Management Company (LMC). 

The Media Manager of Warri Wolves FC, Etu Moses, informed News24 about the latest development as regards all pending matches. The LMC through a letter signed by Salisu Abubakar dated 23rd, June, 2015 has fixed the tie against 3SC (Ibadan) for Wednesday 15th, July at Ibadan while the match with Kwara United in Ilorin will now be played on the 22nd, July. The home match against Elkanemi Warriors (Maiduguri) would now be played on Friday, 26th July at the Warri City Stadium.

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Warri Wolves had backlog of matches pending due to their participation in the CAF Confederation Cup and now that the Seasiders are out of the competition the LMC has confirmed dates for all pending games. 

“We have just been told of new dates for the three outstanding matches involving our Club with that of Shooting on the 15th in Ibadan, Kwara United, on the 22nd in Ilorin while Elkanemi will come to Warri on the 26th. We want our fans to take note of these dates and turn up in large numbers in various venues to cheer the team." Moses informed.

Meanwhile, the League Management Company has confirmed that Akwa United will host Warri Wolves at the newly commissioned stadium in Uyo, the Nest of Champions this weekend.

- News24


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