Warri Wolves Settle Down In Dolisie For Leopards

The delegation of Warri Wolves FC of Nigeria to the CAF Confederation Cup play-off, first leg match against AC Leopards of Congo has arrived in the Congolese city of Dolisie.
NFF official Emmanuel Adesanya, who is with the team, told thenff.com that the delegation members slept in Addis Ababa on Thursday before flying to Brazzaville on Friday morning.
Nigeria’s only remaining team in continental competition this year will train at the match venue, Stade Dennis Sassou Nguesso, on Saturday evening. Sunday’s match will kick off at 3pm Nigeria time. In other CAF Confederation Cup play-off, first leg matches, Esperance of Tunisia will host Ghanaian side, Accra Hearts of Oak, while Tunisia’s Etoile du Sahel are away to Raja Casablanca in Morocco.
AS Kaloum Star of Guinea play at home to Orlando Pirates of South Africa, Zamalek of Egypt visit Sanga Balende in DR Congo and AS Vita of DR Congo are away to Stade Malien in Bamako.
Another Tunisian side, CS Sfaxien will be at home to ASEC Mimosas while Tunisia’s fourth club in the competition, Club Africain are away to eight-time African champions Al Ahly in Egypt.


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