By Sulayman Bah Real de Banjul are through to the first round qualifiers after beating Liberia’s Barrack Young Controller on Saturday. A lone goal from YankubaJarju settled it all in the second-leg of the preliminary round at the Banjul Mini-stadium.Witnessed by a paltry fan turnout, the second-leg was being played on Caf’s suggestion after BYC failed to find a neutral venue. The Liberian league champions are made to play away from home on both legs after Confederation of African Football (CAF) banned the side from hosting matches in Monrovia for fear of the spread of ebola. Mali was initially pinpointed to host the encounter before the Bamako government turned the request in the eleventh hour without a reason. Though Jarju got to score the decisive goal but it was AblieJallow who stood-out for Real. RDB now faces defending Caf Champions League champions ES Setif of Algeria between 13-15th March.]]>
Some people are contemplating the resignation of the president under the Gambian Constitution without advancing constitutional amendments. Under section 65 of the 1997 Constitution:...
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