By Sulayman Bah Gamtel now tops the standings of the GFF First Eco sponsored top tier after subjecting Real to their first defeat of the ongoing season. The joy brought about by a deadly butting from a corner mastermindedby Modou Sarr inside of five minutes is only making the telecom giants dream bigger. But questions linger over how long the record quadruple FA Cup winners will stay top. The club –under the coaching purview of one of the country’s most successful home-based gaffers – has been shuttling between first and second places with champions Real de Banjul mainly providing stiff competition for the staked prize. However it now appears Tapha Manneh is solid defiant not to give it a rest until he lays hands on the giant trophy. The victory in the top-of-the-table clash Wednesday resulting to a three point lead for the telecommunication outfit has provided just the right spark for the ex-Gambia U-20 coach and lads to achieve that. But six matches remain –games Gamtel must now win to stand any meaningful chance of clutching the domestic title and Tapha Manneh knows that.]]>
By Sulayman Bah Gambia’s newest national team recruit Sal Jobarteh has intentions playing at a level higher than the Swedish third tier. The 26-year-old central midfielder...
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