The team departed Warri on Wednesday to intensify preparations.
With a start date now in sight for the Nigeria Premier League, NPL, Warri Wolves Football Club made up of 33 players and the Technical Crew led by the Technical Adviser, Paul Aigbogun, are set to commence a 10-day close camping exercise in Sagamu, Ogun State.
According to Moses Etu, the Wolves media officer, the team departed Warri on Wednesday morning for Sagamu to intensify their preparations for the 2013/14 League season.
Etu said that the team will leave Sagamu for Abuja to compete in the pre -season competition involving Clubs that will represent the Country in the CAF Competitions.
Wolves are flying Nigeria’s flag in the CAF Confederations Cup having finished as runners-up in the 2013 Federations Cup.
The 33 players on the trip with Warri Wolves include four goalkeepers: Okiemute Odah, Ambrose Vanzekin, Tega Iriose and Tejiri Rhiogbere. The defenders are workaholic Trojan ThankGod Ike,
Monday Osagie, Oke Oghenetewho, Bright Akpojuvwewho, Uche Ossai, and Goodluck Onamado.
The others are John Agbawu, Bright Ebighagha, Joseph Eyimofe, Adama Coulibally, Ojo Mine, Oghenekaro Etebo, Kelvin Itoya, Gift Atuluwa, Kola Anobi, Achibi Ewenike, Joseph Osadiaye, Freedom Omafoman, Bright Obada, Daddy Bazuaye, Ichull Lordson, Brenda Obuh, Stanley Dimgba, Josiah Maduabuchi, Austin Amutu, and John Nnam.
The team will be joined by Captain Azubuike Egwueke and Joshua Obaje who are currently in South Africa with the Home based Super Eagles at the African Nations Championships.
Meanwhile, the Managing Director of the team, Davison Owumi, has advised the players to be dedicated and committed as the task ahead is enormous.
“I want to enjoin you all to be disciplined, dedicated and committed as the task ahead is not easy. We have no choice than to do well. Management cares about your welfare and you just have to reciprocate the good gesture of Delta State Government and the Executive Chairman, Mr. Pinnick Amaju, who takes your matters as a priority,” said Mr. Owumi.