Gambian international players’ team and managers have been released from their
posts due to their poor run of match results in their respective leagues.
Reading FC, Ndiambour, Anderlecht and Salernitana which consists of Gambian players have all their managers sacked.
Buba Sanneh and his Anderlecht side started the season very impressively as they were in the top three of the Belgian Pro League and registered six defeats after 19 games to drop to fourth place in the league with 31 points.
English Championship side Reading FC and Gambian winger Modou Barrow have been struggling since the start of the season as they were languishing in the bottom place of the table until recently when they had two consecutive draws against Aston Villa 1-1 and Blackburn 2-2.
They have now moved to 21st position of the 24th teams table after backing four wins, seven draws and losing eleven matches with 19 points.
Lamin Jallow’s Salernitana team has also been struggling recently in the Serie B table after their inconsistent performances. Salernitana, who are often considered the B-team of Lazio, have made a big announcement today.
The squad is currently sitting 12th place after a crushing three straight losses, which has seen them lose their top table position. US Salernitana 1919 on Wednesday announces that Stefano Colantuono has resigned as coach of the first team.
During those days Gambian players Modou Barrow of Reading in the English Championship, Buba Sanneh of Anderlecht in Belgium first division and Lamin Jallow of Salernitana in the Italian Serie B, all have limited playing time but Pa Omar Jobe of ASEC Ndiambour in the Senegalese division league is keeping his place in the team after scoring twice in seven games.
Meanwhile these Gambian players may have a say in their season depending on the performances, formations and style of play in their clubs.