Warri Wolves claim “slow starters” status

Assistant
coach of Warri Wolves, Godwin Nosike says they are slow starters in games but
will sort that out by next week.
Warri
Wolves start their campaign in the CAF Confederation Cup to RCB of Burkina Faso
on the weekend of February 13-15 and Nosike explains his ideas to
naijafootball247.com
“One
thing that is very clear from the Super 4 is that we are slow starters and it
showed in games we won or lost,” Nosike said.
“We
start slowly. Look at the games we lost and you will see that we conceded goals
very early, either in the first half or in the early stages of the second half.”
Nosike
also pointed that they will sort that out with the players in time for their
game next week.
He
added that another problem Warri Wolves have faced is lack of goal scoring
form.
“We
have not been able to score as many goals. Our players throw away begging chances.
Without goals you cannot win games no matter how well you think you have
played.
“We
will work on these two areas because we start our race on the continent from
next week and the standard is higher there so we do not want to take chances,”
Nosike said.
Warri
Wolves ended the Super 4 in 5th place, finishing only above Dolphins
who ended with no point.
They
won two games, against Dolphins and Kano Pillars.

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