Confederation Cup & Warri Wolves

Warri Wolves FC (formerly called NPA FC) is a Nigerian soccer club formerly run by the Nigeria Port Authority and were based in Warri, Delta State prior to 2003, but moved to Lagos after promotion to the Nigerian Premier League in 2003. 5.0/5

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Warri Wolves players have assured Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan that they will qualify for the last Eight of the ConFederation Cup
CAF ConFederation Cup: Warri Wolves Walk Tight Rope. LAGOS APRIL 20TH (URHOBOTODAY)-The only Nigerian club left in...
Warri Wolves captain, Azubuike Egwuekwe has warned that the CAF ConFederation Cup match against Dedebit SC of Ethiopia will be tough
Only Three Home-based … -Agbim, Odunlami, Egwuekwe In; Uzoenyi, Akpeyi Out One sore point from Stephen Keshi’s World Cup list is the fact that only three home-based players finally made the cut, as two others were dropped alongside five overseas-based stars from the initial 30-man provisional list. In contrast with the massive outlay of home-based players that made it to last year’s Africa Cup of Nations and even the FIFA ConFederation Cup in Brazil, this year’s Mundial has turned out to be too steep a hill for the Glo Premier League stars to climb. Indeed, a lot of scorn trailed the wishy-washy performances of most home-based players at the 2013 Confed Cup in Brazil, while some of their previous key members – Godfrey Oboabona, Sunday Mba and Reuben Gabriel – have since taken their trade overseas, thereby depleting the number and depth of lads back home. Nonetheless, their banner will be carried high by the trio of Warri Wolves of Delta State defender, Azubuike Egwuekwe, Sunshine Stars of Akur ...
Nigeria's top clubs get set for Africa: Nigeria’s flag bearers in the 2014 CAF club competitions will feature in a Super 4 tournament from Friday in Abuja to get ready. League champions Kano Pillars, runners-up and Federation Cup winners Enyimba, Federation Cup beaten finalists Warri Wolves and third-placed Bayelsa United will do battle in Abuja. Kano Pillars and Enyimba will represent Nigeria in the lucrative CAF Champions League, while Bayelsa United and Warri Wolves will fly the country’s flag in the CAF ConFederation Cup. Current update on the clubs at the Super 4 – Kano Pillars: The champions will campaign in the CAF Champions League and they have recruited several players to beef up the team, while they will be without several others who are away on national team duty. Midfielders Shehu Abdullahi and Rabiu Ali are away at the CHAN in South Africa. Pillars have lost championship-winning coach Mohammed Babaganaru, who led them to back-to-back victories in the league. The Kano club will therefore ...
2012 Federation Cup draw Friday The draw for the group stage of the 2012 Federation Cup will be conducted on Friday, officials announced. According to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) director of competition, Mohammed Sanusi, the 16 teams left in the cup competition will be drawn into four groups of four teams each. The four match centres are Lokoja, Lagos, Bauchi and Port Harcourt. This year’s tournament is again dominated by clubs from the Nigeria Premier League as there are nine of them still in contention. Cup holders Heartland, Enugu Rangers, Gombe United, Enyimba, Kano Pillars, Lobi Stars, Warri Wolves, Sharks and Kwara United all feature in the top flight. While from the lower leagues are Nasarawa United, El Kanemi Warriors, Prime FC, Crown FC and Plateau United. The group phase will be played between July 16-20. The winners of the cup competition will represent Nigeria in the 2013 CAF ConFederation Cup. The final will be staged in Lagos for the second year running. My take Over to you, Emek ...
Heartland and Warri Wolves players exempted from Eagles camp The national team’s preparation for the May 23 international friendly against Peru in Lima started on Tuesday at the practice pitch of the National Stadium in Abuja, with all the players invited in attendance safe for the injured duo of Solomon Jabason and Shehu Maijema. Also, all invited players of Heartland of Owerri and Warri Wolves, who have crucial CAF ConFederation Cup games, were also given a waiver by Coach Stephen Keshi. The Wolves players concerned are imposing defender, Azubuike Egwueke, Sunday Mba and skipper Chigozie Agbim while the Heartland have Obinna Nwachukwu and goalkeeper Dan Akpeyi. The players are now expected in camp on Monday next week. But players of Sunshine Stars of Akure, who also have a CAF Champions League game this weekend in Ijebu-Ode against Djoliba of Mali trained with the rest of the squad on Tuesday morning. Other players who trained on Tuesday are Okemute Odah, Hamza Ikenna Onwuemenyi, Juwon Oshaniwa, Barba ...
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