By James Agberebi:
Former international Friday Ekpo has charged Enyimba, Nassarawa Unitef and Warri Wolves to give their all in their CAF continental assignments this weekend.
Enyimba are looking to finish off Vital'O of Burundi in the reverse fixture of their CAF Champions League clash after winning the first leg 5-1 in Aba.
Nassarawa United take a slim 1-0 lead to Algeria to face Club Sportif Constantine, while Warri Wolves will try to overturn the 1-0 loss to El Merreikh of Sudan in Warri.
In a chat with Completesportsnigeria.com, Ekpo advised that every detail from the different coaches of the clubs, must be carried out by the players.
"Football is not mathematics. All what they need to do is to consolidate on what they have learnt and put their acts together and make sure they perfect on what the coaches have taught them.
"For Nassarawa, Algeria is a very difficult country to play. They are capable of overturning a 1-0 deficit. So they have to prepare very well. Also they must prepare for the antics of the Algerians.
"Concerning Enyimba, though they have a good advantage, but they still need to work hard and make sure they consolidate on the 5-1 result from the first leg. They need to do more.
"As for Warri Wolves, it is not done and dusted. They can also go to Sudan and pick up a win, it is football. We all saw how Akwa United crashed out despite winning the first leg away.
So they shouldn't allow the result of the first leg to affect them, they should just go there and play well. Hopefully, they will come out victorious.