Warri Wolves FC: Okpodu Coaches, As Aigbogun Embarks On NFF Training


With the departure of Coach Paul Aigbogun of Warri Wolves to the United Kingdom for the NFF organised Capacity enhancing programme which will last two weeks, the responsibility to prepare Warri Wolves for the League cracker against newly promoted Ifeanyi Ubah FC and the first leg of the CAF Confederation Cup match against Dedebit FC of Ethiopia on the 15th of March now rest on the Chief Coach, Sam Okpodu.warri
Okpodu who once featured for the then Green Eagles and known for his knack for goals will work with the other assistants, Coach Anosike and Coach Atune Jolomi in what is regarded as an uphill task but surmountable.
In a release made available to the press by the Media Manager of the Club, Etu Moses, Coac h Aigbogun officially handed over to the assistant Coaches led by Sam Okpodu with an advice to do their best by winning those two matches.
Speaking on the issue, Coach Okpodu said they are happy that the Technical Adviser is going to acquire more knowledge which will help the Club to move forward and they hope to gain from him when he comes back.
Okpodu further assured all stakeholders that they will do a good job and will not disappoint Coach Aigbogun and wish him the best and a safe trip to the United Kingdom and back home.
Meanwhile, Warri Wolves has resumed preparation immediately for the league opener against Ifeanyi Ubah who just won the NNL Super 4 in Ilorin forget the thrashing of RC Bobo Dioulasso at the weekend in the CAF Competition, knowing well that they have to start well so as to end well in the league.

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