‘Wolves Still In Confed Cup Race’

WARRI Wolves striker, Joseph Osadiaye has said emphatically that his side will upturn the goals deficit against the Congolese side, Athletic Club Leopards de Dolisie.
The Seasiders lost 0-3 to AC Leopards in the first leg playoff of the Caf Confederation Cup in Dolisie, Congo Brazzaville.
The reverse and decisive fixture will hold at the Warri Township Stadium on Sunday, June 07.
Osadiaye said though the task looks daunting that his side are determined to qualify for the group stage of the competition at the expense of the Congolese side, AC Leopards.
“Definitely, we’re going to upturn the 0-3 defeat we suffered in the hands of AC Leopards in Dolisie when they come for the reverse fixture in Warri on Sunday, June 07.
“The task looks daunting and impossible but we’re determined to score four unreplied goals that will give us the ticket to move to the group stage.
“Nigerians should not lose sleep over the defeat in Dolisie, we ask for their prayers and supports as everything is being done to ensure we achieve the desired result.
“AC Leopards were not fantastic to deserve the 3-0 victory but some of those things that happen in football where a good side will do the playing and still go ahead to lose a match.
“We don’t want to further belabour ourselves over what transpired in Dolisie but work hard to fashion out definite plan that will undo the opponents.
“I assure you that Warri Wolves will overcome the AC Leopards hurdle to keep the nation’s flag flying in the continental clubs competition,” said Osadiaye to supersport.com.
Warri Wolves need at least three unreplied goals to take the match to extra time or four clear goals to earn automatic ticket to the group stage campaign.