WARRI WOLVES WILL GET IT RIGHT -OGBEIDE

imagesThe Technical Adviser of Warri Wolves, Solomon Ogbeide has assured the teeming fans of the Warri based Club that they will get it right after losing in a controversial manner to Sharks Football Club in Port Harcourt last week.

According to a statement made available to the Blank NEWS Online by the Media Officer of the Club, Etu Moses, “Ogbeide has told the players to put that loss behind them and focus on the next match.”

The statement reveled that Ogbeide, a former Akwa United gaffer had expressed happiness with the way the players responded to the defeat, declaring that it is the end that matters and not the way you start.

Ogbeide who was said to be visibly angry with the level of officiating after the match vowed to get it right as the season progresses.

“This is our first match and an away one for that matter. I am happy with the way the players responded and from the look of things, vengeance is on their mind. I want to assure all our fans that there is no cause for alarm. We have learnt our lesson from the first match. The officiating was not in our favour but we will surely get it right. I have the boys that can deliver and they are roaring to go.”

Ogbeide also declared that the medical Doctors are working on assistant captain, Uche  Ossai who sustained injury in the match against Sharks but said they have a good replacement

Speaking on Goalkeeper Okiemute Odah who was absent in that match, Ogbeide said his papers came late for him to be selected but stressed that it a good thing to have four good goalkeepers.

The Doctors are working on Uche Ossai who sustained injury in that match while, Okiemute Odah’s papers came late for him to be available but I am happy that I have four good goalkeepers and any of them could be in goal.”

News Reporter
Blank NEWS Online founding Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Albert Eruorhe Ograka, is a Graduate of Mass Communication. He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Journalism from the International Institute of Journalism (IIJ).

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