Nigeria’s only surviving representatives in the CAF Confederation Cup, Warri Wolves have qualified for the next round of the competition.
The Seasiders, as Warri Wolves are called, played out a scoreless draw with hosts, Dedebit of Ethiopia in Addis Ababa to go through on 2-0 aggregate.
Wolves won the first leg two weeks ago in Warri 2-0, a result that has eased their passage to the next stage of the continent’s second-tier club competition.
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