Mar 10, 2015, 9:35 AM
coach of Waa Banjul FC, Abou Njie said the current form of his team is due to
the hard work of players and commitment from the management.
Coach Abdou Njie was speaking in an interview after his side’s 1-0 defeat over Gamtel in their week-ten fixtures of the GFF First Division League played at the Serrekunda East Park on Sunday.
Waa Banjul captain Mam Adama Secka’s remarkable free kick was all but enough to help his side maintained their good run of form in the league as they concede only two goals after ten matches.
Abdou Njie further said that beating all the big teams in the league so far is nothing to them, adding that all what they are chasing after is their objective, which is to maintain their position in the First Division league.
“We always work so hard, game-by-game, and another thing we always work on balancing. We always work on scoring and defending so hard which is helping us right now,” he said.
According to him, all what he is doing is to help Banjul young players to develop and sign for professional football, while thanking the fans for their support since during the second division league.
For his part, Jim Kebbeh, head coach of Gamtel FC expressed disappointment for losing against Waa Banjul, noting that though they lost but hailed his player for fighting so hard to level matters
“It is very disappointing after we lost against Waa Banjul. Though we lost the game but we have fought so hard to level the game at least to draw but we couldn’t,” he said.
He hailed Waa Banjul team for defending so well, saying that they (Waa Banjul) is a young team who are very committed
Meanwhile, this win has maintained Waa Banjul to third position with 18 points, leveling with Gamtel FC who has now dropped to third position.