Uncategorized January 21, 2015
Dolphins head coach, Stanley Eguma has explained why his team resumed one week behind schedule for the 2014/15 football season.
Dolphins officially opened camp on Sunday, January 11, 2015 but did not get a full house of players until one week later and Eguma explains that.
“It’s very unfortunate that we are starting very late but a lot of things attributed to it.
“We first had to register our team for the continent, then sort out logistics to get players in camp and we are happy all that is behind us now,” Eguma said.
“We hope we can achieve a little before the tournament in Abuja, as they say, it is better late than never.”
Eguma added that Dolphins will not be in Abuja to win the Super 4 tournament but to prepare the team for the CAF Confederation Cup nest month.
“The idea is to prepare the CAF Confederation Cup next month and we will use the Super 4 to build ourselves.” Eguma said.
Only Emeka Atuloma was not in camp by the time the team trained on Monday evening with Onyekachi Akakem who formerly played his football in Libya as the latest to arrive at about noon on Monday.