Warri Wolves Target Top Three Finish In 2019/20 NPFL Season
Newly promoted side to the Nigeria Professional Football League, NPFL, Warri Wolves, have set its sight on ending the league among the three top best clubs for the 2019/20 season, Bestchoicesports.com.ng can report.
Warri Wolves captain Goodluck Onamado who stated this said the club will be aiming for top three positions at the end of the 2019/2020 NPFL.
The NPFL begins the new season on Sunday and Wolves, who just gained promotion from the lower Nigeria National League, will begin their campaign against Akwa United.
Speaking about his expectations for the 2019/2020 season, the versatile defender said with the current recruitment patterns implored by the club, where seasoned and experienced league players have been drafted to blend with the young stars that got the promotion ticket, he is certain fans and supporters of the club will not be disappointed this season, as he believes, top three position is visible at the end of the league season.
“Am so happy to see that premier league games has now returned to Warri, before now, most football fans after Wolves got relegated years back will sit at home glued to their television set, but now, they will be excited to come watch live matches at the stadium. I know that with the experienced players in our team, and with the unflinching support from our fans this season will be interesting and fulfilling.
“I believe Wolves will start on a winning note and work hard to maintain their form to be among the top three best teams by the end of the season.”
“We want the management to create an enabling environment and the needed support and our fans to always come out en mass at our games to cheer the team to victory,” he was quoted.
The present management team led by Etu Moses has recruited players who had previously played for wolves and some whom they believe with their wealth of experience in the NPFL will help the club actualise their ambitions this season.
Such players include Efe Yarhere, Michael Egeta, Abu Azeez, Julius Ubido and a host of others.