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Wolves coach banks on Wenger’s touch

13 March 2015, 13:15

Lagos - Warri Wolves head coach Paul Aigbogun believes his alliance with the Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, will help the club defeat Ethiopian side Dedebit FC in this year’s Caf Confederation Cup, Supersport reports.

Both sides go toe to toe in the first leg of their first round contest at the Warri City Stadium on Saturday and Aigbogun is looking forward to a positive result.

The trainer is back from the United Kingdom, where he was made to undergo “special training” alongside Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) officials, ex-coaches and former internationals.

Also read: Wolves hope to end Dedebit Cup dream

“I was in the UK for eight days and I learnt a lot there. I met the Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, and we shared notes on football.

“Wenger opened my eyes to the modern innovations of the game which include football philosophy and the use of technology, and professionally running a club.

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