Warri Wolves Football Club will hold a two-day screening exercise for new players as preparations commence ahead of the 2021/2022 Nigeria National League (NNL) campaign.
The screening program, which will come up on Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th October, 2021, will largely target young and raw talents, ready to explode with their distinctive football skills in the NNL next term.
They will have to play and blend with the invited and experienced players, joining the Seasiders.
Newly appointed head coach, Samson Omiponle, who just linked up with the Oil City club from Ekiti United, and other newly engaged coaches at the side will preside over the two-day screening exercise.
According to the chief executive officer of the football club, Etu Moses, the program is purely based on merit.
“No sentiments,” Etu noted in a media parley with Warri Wolves Media.
“Only the best. We’re taking the only best.”
“So, this is an opportunity these young players must not joke with. For two days, we’ll give them the opportunity to showcase what they’ve got before the coaches, before we bring in the invited and experienced players.”
The screening program will take place at the Warri City Stadium.