May 3, 2013, 10:35 AM
Samger midfielder Pa Sulayman Badjie is part of the invited home-based players for a tryout with Gambia’s Scorpions ahead of a big clash with Algeria in Banjul later this month.
At least 22 home-based players drawn from 12 first division league teams in The Gambia have been invited for training with Scorpions’ coach Peter Bonu Johnson.
Bonu and his local charges will in few days’ time begin preparations for the crunch match in the World Cup qualifiers in Banjul slated for 29 February 2012 against the Desert Fox of Algeria.
The team, expected to be joined by foreign-based players whose names are yet to be made public by the GFA, will be training under the guidance of the newly appointed coach of The Gambia’s Scorpions, Peter Bonu Johnson, who is given an initial one-year period to turn the country’s fortune around.
The list include: Nodou Jobe (Real de Banjul), Baboucarr Savage (Real de Banjul) Modou Njie Sarr (Real de Banjul), Buba Sanneh (Real de Banjul), Musa Camara (Gamtel), Assan Ceesay (Gamtel), Ali Sowe (Gamtel), Dodou Susso (Gamtel), Alagie Nyabally (Bakau United), Saihou Jawneh (Bakau United), Emmanuel Gomez (Samger), Pa Sulayman Badjie (Samger), Lamin Sarjo Samateh (Samger), Foday Trawally (Brikama United), Ebrima Bojang (Brikama United), Abdou Njie (GPA), Lamin Gibba (Wallidan), Mamut Saine (Seaview), Baboucarr Jallow (Steve Biko), Mustapha Jatta (Hawks), Buba Sama (Armed Forces) and Babucarr Bah (Young Africans).