Confederation Cup: Warri Wolves Target Victory Over Kallon


Goalkeeper Chigozie Agbim and Sunday Mba have declared that Warri Wolves are eyeing an outright win in Freetown when they face Sierra Leone’s FC Kallon this Saturday in the CAF Confederation Cup.

Wolves and FC Kallon go up in the first leg, Round of 32 in Africa’s second tier club competition at the National Stadium in Freetown and the duo of Agbim and Mba are not ready to concede defeat in their first game on the continent this season.

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Agbim, now Super Eagles’ second-choice since Stephen Keshi took charge of the Nigerian men’s national team, told before Wolves left for Freetown on Wednesday that he knows little of their Sierra Leonean opponents but is confident of a win on Saturday.

“It is true that we do not know them. But I have taken a good look at our team and the kind of players that we have and I am very confident that we will win in Freetown. A win in Freetown will ease the pressure on us in the second leg in Warri and all of the players know this,” said Agbim.

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