The Port Harcourt side sure they will scale the hurdle in Cameroon against Coton Sport de Garoua in Sunday’s second leg game
Dolphins head coach Stanley Eguma is optimistic his team can turn the table against hosts Coton Sport when both sides clash in the return leg of their Caf Champions League game on Sunday.
Dolphins departed Port Harcourt for Garoua on Friday evening holding a 2-1 advantage from the first leg and Eguma says he knows he will come out good.
“We are optimistic that it is not yet over. We won’t let the team or country down. We want our fans to still bubble with hope and now we have maximum support from the sponsors of the team,” Eguma said.
On the issue of back log of allowances owed the players, Eguma said they had gotten assurances from the sports commissioner that the team will be paid before departure to Cameroon.
“They promised to pay the bonuses. March salary was paid [Thursday] and I spoke with the commissioner a few hours ago and he said everything was still in place for the players to be paid before departure,” Eguma said.
Dolphins departed Port Harcourt for Garoua at 6pm on Friday ahead of Sunday’s crunch tie against Coton Sport.