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Warri Wolves F.C.

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Warri Wolves F.C.
Bayanai
Iri ƙungiyar ƙwallon ƙafa
Ƙasa Najeriya
Mulki
Hedkwata Warri
Tarihi
Ƙirƙira 1998

Warri Wolves FC (da ake kira NPA FC) ne a Nijeriya kwallon kafa kulob din kudu ta Najeriya Port Authority . Kafin shekara ta dubu biyu da ukku 2003 kungiyar ta kasance a Warri, jihar Delta, amma ta koma Legas bayan an kara ta zuwa gasar Firimiya ta Najeriya a shekara ta dubu biyu da ukku 2003.

Tarihi[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Bayan kammala wasannin shekara ta dubu biyu da ɗaya 2001 Super Four, NPA ta sake faduwa da maki uku 3 a kakar wasa mai zuwa bayan lashe wasanni guda goma 10 kacal daga guda talatin da huɗu 34. An sake inganta su a cikin shekarar dubu biyu da uku 2003 bayan sun gama na biyu a Division 2. NPA FC ta kammala kakarsu ta shekarar dubu biyu da huɗu zuwa da biyar 2004/05 a kusa da kasan tebur kuma an sanar da cewa za a kori sha shida 16 daga cikin ‘yan wasan su arba'in 40. Tawagar ta sake faduwa bayan kakar shekarar dubu biyu da biyar zuwa da shida 2005-06, kuma ta koma Warri a watan Afrilu, shekara ta dubu biyu da bakwai 2007 bayan wata yarjejeniya da gwamnatin jihar Delta. An sauya wa kungiyar suna "Warri Wolves" a farkon kakar wasan kuma ta sami nasarar zuwa Gasar Premier ta shekarar dubu biyu da bakwai 2009 a matsayin zakarun rukunin Division 1B. Wolves ta kammala da maki hamsin da tara 59 daga nasara guda sha takwas 18, kunnen doki biyar 5 da rashin nasara bakwai, inda suka ci kwallaye arba'in da biyu 42 aka ci su sha shida 16. Sun shiga cikin wani lamari ne a ranar takwas 8 ga Maris, na shekara ta dubu biyu da takwas 2008 lokacin da mamayewar fili bayan an tashi babu ci a First Bank FC wanda ya bar 'yan wasa bakwai da jami'ai rauni. Sun buga sashin farko na kakar Wasa ta shekara ta dubu biyu da takwas zuwa da tara 2008-09 a Oleh saboda gyare-gyare zuwa Filin wasa na Warri. [1] Yankin tekun kamar yadda ake kiransu da farin ciki sun dawo cikin Warri City. Yanzu suna buga dukkan wasannin su a filin wasa na Warri Township.

Ayyuka a cikin gasa CAF[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  • CAF Champions League : Sau 1
2016 - Zagaye Na Farko
  • CAF Confederation Cup : Wasanni 3
2010 - Zagayen Farko na 16
2012 - Zagaye na Biyu
2014 - Zagaye na Biyu
  • CAF Cup : bayyanar 1
2002 - Zagayen Farko (as NPA)

Ma'aikata[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  • Peter Nieketien (Mai Bada Shawara kan Fasaha).
  • Musa Etu (Shugaban)
  • Azuka Chiemeka (Jami'in yada labarai).
  • Tony Okowa (Shugaban Hukumar Wasannin Delta)
  • Ogenyi Evans (Babban Kocin).

Rukunin yanzu[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

A'a Matsayi Kasa Mai kunnawa
2 Nigeria</img> NGA Hikima mahaukatan
7 Nigeria</img> NGA Ridwan Agbabiaka
8 Nigeria</img> NGA John Paul Chinedu
10 Nigeria</img> NGA Alamar Daniel
14 Nigeria</img> NGA Jimmy Iteji
15 Nigeria</img> NGA Daniel Ijeh
16 Nigeria</img> NGA Uche Ihuarulam
17 Nigeria</img> NGA Sunday Williams
18 Nigeria</img> NGA Innocent Orukpe
A'a Matsayi Kasa Mai kunnawa
19 Nigeria</img> NGA Efe Yarhere
24 DF Nigeria</img> NGA Goodluck Onamado (Kyaftin)
25 Nigeria</img> NGA Oluwasegun Olalere
27 Nigeria</img> NGA Charles Upele
28 Nigeria</img> NGA Daniel Agwarza
29 Nigeria</img> NGA Tor Gyenkwe
35 GK Nigeria</img> NGA Richard Ocheayi
36 Nigeria</img> NGA Lucius Ozioma
40 GK Nigeria</img> NGA Pwadadi Bulus

Tarihin koyawa[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

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  2. "Warri Wolves sack Paul Aigbogun as coach | Goal.com". www.goal.com. Retrieved 2020-10-26.
  3. "Breaking News: Warri Wolves sack Maurice Cooreman | Goal.com". www.goal.com. Retrieved 2020-10-26.
  4. "Fuludu: Warri Wolves to bounce back to NPFL soon". Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics (in Turanci). 2017-03-06. Retrieved 2020-10-26.
  5. "Nigerian League: Ogbeide Blames Ref For Wolves' Loss". P.M. News (in Turanci). 2013-03-12. Retrieved 2020-10-26.
  6. "Ard Sluis - Free - Stats - titles won". www.footballdatabase.eu. Retrieved 2020-10-26.
  7. "Warri Wolves appoint Abdullahi as new Chief Coach". Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics (in Turanci). 2016-07-10. Retrieved 2020-10-26.
  8. Saliu, Mohammed (2019-09-21). "Ngozi Elechi leaves Warri Wolves on mutual consent". Latest Sports News In Nigeria (in Turanci). Retrieved 2020-10-26.