Nigeria: Journalist Moses Etu appointed Warri Wolves chairman

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Ace sports journalist, Moses Etu has been named the chairman of CAF Champions League campaigners, Warri Wolves after the Delta State Government dissolved the Davidson Owumi-led Seasiders’ management.

Etu who served as the Media Officer in the dissolved Warri Wolves management has risen to become the chairman of the team and has been saddled with the task of ensuring that the club makes appreciable impact on the continent this year with the team’s CAF Champions League assignment billed to start next month.

Making the news known to Goal, Etu stated that he was elated with the appointment and that he would use the position to ensure that Warri Wolves return to the pinnacle of Nigerian football.

He added that his immediate preoccupation would be to ensure that the club ends its barren spell both in Nigeria and on the continent after the club has yet to win any silverware since formation some years back.

Etu told Goal: “I am happy with the appointment and I want to say that I will use the position to effect the necessary changes in the team. We will ensure that Warri Wolves return to the spotlight again and the club’s inability to win silverware will end too during my time. We will ensure that Warri Wolves give Nigeria a good representation in the CAF Champions League.”

He further affirmed that Warri Wolves players and officials would resume for the new season on Thursday this week with n o changes expected to be made in the technical crew while players that would be told to seek another club would be briefed as soon as training starts.

Warri Wolves placed second in the league last season with 66 points from 38 matches and they alongside Enyimba will hoist Nigeria’s flag in the CAF Champions League.

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