Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Wolves’ playmaker rues Super Four absence

Playmaker of Warri Wolves, Michael Okoyoh, has expressed unhappiness over his side’s absence from taking part in this year’s edition of the Super Four billed for Ijebu-Ode.
Warri Wolves missed the chance of finishing in the top four by ending last season in sixth place and 12 points behind eventual champion, Enyimba.
But Okoyoh told Naijaligue.blogspot.com that he and his team-mates should accept responsibility for their failure to guide the team to a top four finish like they did in the 2008/2009 season.
“I think we should blame ourselves for failing to finish in the top four position of the league last season. May be we took things for granted and thought that after doing well in the previous season (2008/2009) that we have arrived.
“Now we have learnt our lesson and next season will be hungrier than before. But I will be watching the games from here (in Warri) and I hope that the best team win the competition there (in Ijebu-Ode),” the midfielder said.
Okoyoh is also looking to start the coming season with Warri Wolves without blemish: “My target is to start the coming season strongly with Warri Wolves. We cannot afford not to do well next season.”

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