Support to fill connectivity gaps in The Gambia, Guinea and Burkina Faso
Jun 29, 2011, 12:42 PM
Alagie Sey, head coach of the Armed Forces, has said that their aim is to collect maximum three points in every game.
“We have been working very hard on it since our 0-0 draw with Samger FC, to make sure we secure maximum three points,” he said.
Sey, whose side recently enjoyed a 3-1 victory over Gamtel FC in the week six fixture of the Gambia Football Association first division league game played last weekend, was not surprised at the victory.
“We have been blending our old players with the young once and that any player that is fit will play. We will prepare game after game and give maximum respect to all teams in the first division league,” he pointed out.
Sey, who is anticipating Armed Forces game against Wallidan, said their next fixtures would go in their favour despite knowing that it would not be an easy game.