By Sulayman Bah Real De Banjul’s coach Amat Cham has outlined his side’s next fixture against Algeria’s Etente Sportive Setif won’t be easy. Setif are Orange Caf Ch ampions League defending champions and secured the Super Cup after seeing off Egypt’s Al Ahly.For the North African side’s exploits, Amat Cham admits his charges have a mammoth task in waiting. Speaking over the weekend at the Banjul mini-stadium, Cham told reporters: ‘we now face Setif. They are a big side. It will be a difficult tie. The target is to go there secure a point and get tighter in the back and then finish it off here’ RDB who are Gambia’s domestic league champions breezed into the first round of the qualifiers since 2001 after shrugging off challenge from Liberian side Barrack Young Controllers on a 2-1 aggregate. RDB were technically away despite the game being played at the BJL turf following CAF’s suggestion for the fixture to be staged in Gambia as a neutral venue on the back of Mali’s refusal to host it in Bamako. ]]>
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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