Warri Wolves had a walkover in their opening game of the CAF Champions league after Sporting Da Praia Cruz FC of Sao Tome and Principe f...
Warri Wolves had a walkover in their opening game of the CAF Champions league after Sporting Da Praia Cruz FC of Sao Tome and Principe failed to show up in Warri On Sunday .
No reason was given for the failure of the club to appear for the first round first leg game match scheduled for the Warri Township Stadium.
Hence the NPFL runners up got 3 points and a +3 goal difference.
Chairman of Warri Wolves FC, Moses Etu, later told newsmen his club would await the decision of the organisers, the Confederation of African Football (CAF), on the match.
“We don’t need to go for the return leg game according to CAF rules. However, we are waiting for CAF’s position on the development.
“But while awaiting CAF’s decision, our focus is now shifted to our next opponent which is El Merreikh of Sudan.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the gates into the stadium were opened for free entry to spectators, and the stadium was almost half-filled with spectators