looms very large for Bombada in the 2016-2017 Gambia Football Federation
domestic division one league after losing their six league opening fixtures.
The Brikama-based outfit are currently languishing bottom place in the country’s top flight with zero point in six league matches and are still yet to find the ball at the back of the net since the start of the league in November 2016.
Coach Lamin Antoney Ceesay and his charges need to win their next league fixtures to increase their hopes of moving from the danger zone and snatch comfortable position after losing their six league outings and also improve their chances of staying in the top flight next season and avoid relegation to the second tier.
Bombada gained promotion to the country’s top flight in 2013-2014 league season and finished fifth place in their debut season before finishing two places above relegation zone, and stayed in the top flight last season.