Jan 14, 2009, 4:56 AM
Aegon Company of
The double packages that include 18 sets of home and 18 sets of away jerseys, according to the club officials, was intended to help the Bakau-community-based Nawetan team in its quest to make a mark in Gambian football.
The president of Milan FC, Ousman Drammeh, who was in attendance to receive the donated items on behalf of the club, said: “Aegon has rendered and continue to render tremendous services to Milan FC since the establishment of the partnership deal in 2009.”
According to Drammeh, also known as Cho, such support of this magnitude have gone a long way in trying to give extra motivation to the players, and the team’s wonderful performance in the Nawetan so far is a clear demonstration that the donated materials have helped them a great deal over the last couple of years.
“The ambition of Aegon is to take
“I would be so much excited to see
The lucrative partnership deal, expected to run until 2015, was reached between the two
Meanwhile, Milan got off to a sparkling start to this year’s Nawetan with a hard fought 3-2 win against Bremen Border, which was followed by yet another breathtaking draw at the expense of in-form Zuwa FC as they came from behind to secure a stoppage time 1-1 draw.
Their biggest win so far came against Kairaba thanks to an emphatic 2-nil success on Monday evening at the Real De Banjul football field at the Independence Stadium in Bakau.
The team’s wonderful start to the campaign has seen them open up a two-point lead at the summit of Group C with seven points in three matches.