Warri Wolves have given their fans the assurance that the team would bounce back to fine form again in the current 2020/2021 Nigeria Professional Football League, NPFL, campaign.
This assurance was given by the club’s assistant coach, Austin Johnny, after the Seasiders’ 2 – 0 loss against Dakkada FC in Uyo on Matchday 7 of the NPFL.
Johnny stated that the defeat against Dakkada FC was very unfortunate.
“It’s unfortunate that we lost this game,” said Johnny.
“It’s not a pleasant phase. We’ll bounce back.”
“We’re going home to prepare for our next league game.”
On the five substitutions made in the first quarter of an hour in the second half, Johnny disagreed with the insinuation they did not make the desired impact expected from them.
“That’s not true,” Johnny interjected.
“We brought them in to strengthen the game.”
“Our play improved in the second half. We played better and had more energy in the midfield. You saw that.”
“The goals didn’t come in from the chances we created in the second half.”
On their blockbuster home clash with Plateau United on Matchday 8, Johnny maintained that they would approach the tie with a positive attitude.
The Seasiders are without a win in their last three matches in the league after they lost 2 – 0 to Dakkada FC on Matchday 7.
The Seasiders will next play Plateau United on Matchday 8 of the campaign at the Delta State Polytechnic Stadium in Ozoro.