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Wolves walk over Sao Tome’s club in CAF Champions League

By Gowon Akpodonor   |   15 February 2016   |   5:50 am
Warri Wolves jubilate after scoring a goal last season. The team is set for the 2016 CAF Champions League

Warri Wolves jubilate after scoring a goal last season. The team is set for the 2016 CAF Champions League

Ex-Falcons captain, Omagbemi, disappointed

For years, US-based former Super Falcons captain, Florence Omagbemi, was looking forward to watch one of her favorite Nigerian clubs, Warri Wolves, in action.

The CAF champions league first round, first leg game between Wolves and their opponent from Sao Tome and Principe would have provided Omagbemi such opportunity yesterday, but the visitors failed to show up.

“I was really looking forward to the game to show my support to Warri Wolves because for years I have not watched them in action,” Omagbemi told The Guardian yesterday.

“I had promised my former coach, Sam Okpodu, who is the chief coach of Warri Wolves and my friend Edema Fuludu (General Manager), that I was coming to the stadium to support them. All the same, I wish Warri Wolves the best in their subsequent games,” Omagbemi said.

Top officials of Delta state government and fans of the Sea-siders had invaded the stadium in their Valentine outfit, hoping to see Wolves tear the visitors apart.

After the walk over ceremony performed by the match officials, the fans and supporters of Warri Wolves were entertained with a friendly match between Wolves and Rangers of Enugu.

The People’s Elephant, Enyimba of Aba suffered 1-0 defeat to Vipers Sports Club on Friday in their CAF Champions League preliminary round, first leg tie. Players of Enyimba have blamed the defeat down on ill luck at the Nakivubo Stadium.




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