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Jul 25, 2013, 12:21 PM
Berewuleng FC, a household name in Brikama Nawettan, made a fascinating start to the game coupled with some occasional goal-scoring attempts but all their limited opportunities were denied by Flying Eagles’ goalkeeper, leading to the first half ending goalless.
Upon resumption of the game, both sides injected several fresh legs to boost their striking force but it was Berewuleng FC who were able to utilize their scoring opportunities.
Berewuleng opened the tally through striker Buba Faye in the dying minute of the game, which eventually proved to be the winner for his side as well as earned them a place in the next round of the qualifiers.
Fredrick Wanderiors thrashed Chanters 3-0 to progress to the next round of the qualifiers at the 9am kickoff on the same day.
Meanwhile, Chelsea fans in Gunjur Village, Kombo South in the West Coast Region, on 8 July 2012 celebrated Chelsea’s glory in the European top-tier football club competition showdown - the 2012 UEFA Champions league title - following their post-match penalty shootout triumph over Bayern Munich in the final game played at the Alliance Arena on 19 May 2012, after 120 minutes of play ended 1-all.
Speaking at the celebrations, the president of Gunjur Youth and Sports Development Association (GYSDA), Foday Jabang, expressed appreciation to Chelsea fans for the initiative, adding that the gathering would go a long way in cementing the good relations between Chelsea and Gunjur fans.
The former president of Gunjur Youth and Sports Development Association (GYSDA), who also doubles as the chairman of the Kombo South District Sports Committee (KSDSC), said the occasion was first of its kind in Gunjur.
They want to officially launch Chelsea fans club in the near future, Bojang said, urging all Chelsea fans in Gunjur interested in joining the fans to come out and register.
Kakai Camara, a Manchester United fan, applauded Chelsea fans in Gunjur for organizing the gathering.
Assan Jassey also spoke on the occasion.