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Jun 4, 2014, 9:45 AM
The head coach of Armed Forces, Alagie Sey, has expressed delight at his side’s three straight victories in the Gamtel-Gamcel-sponsored GFA division one league after losing four consecutive games in a row.
Coach Sey made these remarks shortly after his side’s 2-0 win over Seaview in the week-seven fixtures played at the Brikama Mini Stadium.
Sey said Armed Forces have made a poor start to the new league losing four games in a row against Real De Banjul, Bakau United, Steve Biko and Gamtel and immediately after those defeats they went to the training ground and improved on their weakness and have turned that situation round to win three games in a row.
Sey revealed that the victories have improved their position on the league standings as well as closing the gap to the top teams on the league.
He expressed confidence that the team will certainly maintain its composure as the matches unfold.
According to Sey, Armed Forces are now among the title contenders after registering three straight wins in their three previous games and will go back to the training ground to prepare well for their remaining league games.