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Football | Nigeria

Wolves go on signing spree



Nigeria Premier League (NPL) club, Warri Wolves have secured the services of five more players ahead of the 2012/13 season.

Former junior international, Joseph Eyimofe will star for the side this term as will midfielders, Kola Anubi and Ahmed Kadiri.

Goalkeepers, Okiemute Odah and John Dosu (brother of former national team goalkeeper, Joseph Dosu) have also teamed up with the club.

Eyimofe joins from Federation Cup champions, Heartland while Anubi and Okiemute were on the books of another NPL club, Sharks last season.

Dosu joined the Warri-based outfit from Akwa United while Kadiri played for Ocean Boys in the 2011/12 season.

“I am happy to join Wolves. It is a big and ambitious club that is run professionally and I will give my all in the pursuit of success next season. I had a great time in Port Harcourt with Sharks but as a professional, my heart is now set to achieve things with my new club,” Odah told supersport.com.

Wolves finished the 2011/12 season in 16th place with 48 points from 36 matches.

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