Nigerian international and Warri Wolves striker Abu Azeez expressed that his love for his former club Kwara United is still alive and wishes the Ilorin-based club the best against his current team when both sides clash in Sunday’s Glo NPFL match at the Warri Township Stadium.

© Facebook/Abu Azeez
© Facebook/Abu Azeez


Abu Azeez played in the reverse fixture of the game in Ilorin where Wolves held the Harmony Warriors to a 1-1 draw but he will not take part in tomorrow’s game because of a groin injury which kept him out of Warri Wolves’ previous two games.

The highest goal scorer ever for the Super Sand Eagles also talked to Football Naija about the importance of the Game Week 29 match, especially to the Seasiders league title aspiration.

“I really wish the two teams can win. I still have much love for Kwara United, but Warri Wolves need the 3 points so badly.

“We’ve come a long way as title contenders and we deserve to be crowned champions if we can close the 4-point gap between us (Warri Wolves) and Enyimba presently league leaders,” the former Harmony Warriors player said.

But the striker would not pick apart one team to cheer to victory when play begins in Warri on Sunday.

“I will be here cheering the two teams. Wolves are determined to win and we have the home advantage. Kwara United also have a good side filled with good players I’ve played with before. The best team should win,” Abu concluded..

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