Confederation Cup: Warri Wolves, Dolphins pull through

Nigeria’s flag-bearers in the CAF Confederation Cup, Warri Wolves and Dolphins FC are through to the next phase of the competition after securing home wins on Saturday.

While Wolves secured qualification in an empathic style, thrashing Racing Bobo Dioulasso 3-0, Dolphins FC had it tough as they had to rely on penalty kicks to pull through.

Dolphins progress 5-3 on penalties against Leones Vegetarianos.

In the Warri Wolves game, Dream Team VI player, Oghenekaro Etebo, netted the first goal in the 31st minute before Osadiaye Joseph scored the second goal in the 62nd minute and Omofoman Freedom completed the rout in the 71st minute.

The 3-0 win secured by Wolves meant they progressed on a 4-0 aggregate scoreline having won the first leg away from home 1-0

Present at the Stadium to watch Warri Wolves soldier on was Coach Samson Siasia, Austin Jay Jay Okocha and the NFF President , Amaju Pinnick.

Warri Wolves will now meet the winner between Cote’Dor of Seychelles and Dedebit of Ethiopia.


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  • daniel

    Right now we don’t have a president, much less one that would fight corruption. Even when he was strong, he didn’t have the will to. I doubt that he even knows where he is now, whether in UK or Nigeria.

  • osychigbu

    Very well written.The greatest threat to this war is obviously the judiciary. They have refused blatantly to queue behind the government is this fight. They are key, if we must win this war. PMB needs all hands on deck.