Mar 4, 2011, 12:17 PM
FC maintained their lead at the top of the Gambia Football Federation premier
league standings after defeating B.K. Milan by a goal to nil in their
week-eight fixtures of the GFF First Division league played at the Serekunda
The Telecommunication giants scored their only goal of the match through Babucarr Jallow’s wonderful strike in the 81st minute, leaving Banjul outfit team, B.K. Milan is still struggling to register a win so far.
The win has now moved Gamtel FC top of the summit with 17 points, while B.K. Milan are still languishing at the bottom of the table with 3 points after eight matches.
Gamtel FC Coach, Jim Kebba expressed delighted at maintaining the lead, noting that it is not easy playing against the bottom team in the league.
“It is always difficult playing against the team at the bottom of the table, but it’s good that we managed to score a goal in the match,” he said.
According to him, the current good form of his players comes from the management’s commitment and dedication of players.
Pa Foday Bojang, assistant coach of B.K. Milan, whose side collected only three draws so far, said he was very disappointed losing against Gamtel, noting that they could have at least collected a point from the encounter.
“It is very bad to lose another game we could have at least collected a single point by drawing,” he said.
However, he revealed that their main problem with the team is lack of concentration, citing that they are not taking any of their chances created which also makes them conceding very bad goals.
Meanwhile, in the other GFF Division One results on Friday Waa Banjul drew 1-1 draw with Hawks in an encounter played at the Banjul KG5 Mini-stadium, while Marimoo FC beat Tallinding United 2-1 in a game played at the Manjai Father Goughs Complex.