second tier side FK Trayal Tuesday unveiled Gambian striker Lamin Jobe at a
televised press conference where Jobe expressed delight for joining the team.
He described the club as very organized and also expressed his readiness to help them to regain their spot in the Serbian top league.
The 20 year-old spent last season with Israel side Hapoal Haifa, scoring 19 goals and providing 11 assists in 27 matches. Fudbalski klub Trayal is a professional football club from Krusevac, Serbia.
They currently compete in the Serbian First League, the second tier of the national league system. The football club was founded in 1933 when the sports club “Obilicevo” was formed. Jobe was named after the then Baritian “Obilicevo”.
The first match was played in November 1933 and they won Trgovacki 6-0 from Kruševac.
The club’s rise started in 2016, when it was taken over by Vladan Gasic, the son of former minister Bratislav Gacic. The club took on the half-season when they secured the last place with 18 points less than the first-ranked team sanac.
In the second part of the championship they recorded all 15 victories and in the end finished first with 3 points more than the closest companions. It ran from the First District League (5th ranking), came to the Serbian First League (2nd ranking), passing year after year to a higher ranking of the competition.