Feb 24, 2011, 11:15 AM
Haruna Trawally, the head coach of Africell, formerly called Sait-Matty, has revealed that despite his side's struggling at the relegation zone with only 9 points, Africell will return to its normal best as the league progresses.
He added that the team was not doing badly noting that they only need to readjust their chemistry so as to be among the real title contenders in the league.
Coach Trawally further went on to add that the reason behind Africell's struggle is lack of adequate pre-season ahead of the championship.
'Lack of pre-season did not only affect Africell but it hampered all other teams in the league.
He also appealed to the government to send more coaches for proper coaching courses abroad so that they can meet their assignments fully.
Haruna Jammeh also revealed to Pointsport that he is one of the oldest coaches in the country.
He advised his players to maintain discipline and stand strong for the challenges that lie ahead of them.
He concluded by advising the referees to be honest during the league games adducing the fact that they must all surely aspiring to become professional referees in future.
A/Forces 0-0 Gamtel
Bakau United 0-0 Hawks
Brikama 2-2 T/United
Wallidan 0--0 Sea View