LAJNA IMAILLAH (AHMADIYYA MUSLIM FEMALES ASSOCIATION) CONCLUDES 8TH ANNUAL NATIONAL IJTEMA (CONVENTION) AND WAQF-E-NAU (DEVOTED CHILDREN) ALSO CONCLUDE 2ND NATIONAL CONVENTION 2013
Mar 27, 2013, 11:01 AM
are currently flopping in the 2016-2017 Gambia Football Federation domestic
division one league following their recent slump in the league campaign after a
woeful start to the country’s top flight league campaign.
Gamtel, who won the 2014-2015 domestic division one league title for the first time in their history, are occupying second place from bottom in the top flight league after snatching only 5 points in seven league games.
The telecommunications giants managed to secure only one victory, two draws and five defeats since the start of the country’s top flight football league season in November 2016.
Gamtel are hoping to recover in the top flight when league matches resume after the current political impasse in the country, to move away from relegation zone and stay in the top flight next season as well as avoid relegation to the second division.