CAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Warri Wolves move to close camping

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Warri Wolves players, expected to be on parade for Sunday’s CAF Champions League preliminary clash against Praia Cruze, have been moved to a closed camp for maximum concentration for the encounter.

The club’s media officer, Azuka Chiemeka, who disclosed this to SportingLife, said the decision became necessary to enable the players and officials train intensively for the encounter.

He also revealed that the match commissioner from Egypt and match officials from Ghana have arrived Warri.

The confederation of Africa Football (CAF) has made appointments for match officials for the match, Daniel NII Ayi Laryela from Ghana as centre referee, David Nelson Agyin (Ghana) AR1, Paul Kudzo Atimaka (Ghana) AR11, Prosper Awontirim ADII (Ghana) will serve as a reserve referee