Jul 10, 2009, 8:48 AM
Organizing committee of the Gambia Football Federation has suspended and warned
players and coaches in the second division.
The Organising Committee has urged Red Hawks FC to establish the status of head coach Modou Bah who according to the OC is also found sitting on the technical bench of Hawks Football Club.
The division two outfit are asked to regularize the position of the said member before their next scheduled match to ascertain clarity on his status.
The Organising Committee also suspended Basirou Sanneh of Brufut United FC for one match and therefore Basirou is suspended for six matches.
Brufut United assistant coach was found to have misconducted himself against match officials in their game with Wallidan FC played at the Independence Stadium.
Sultan Hassan Jallow of Young Africans FC also got suspended for gross misconduct in their match with Blue Star FC played at the Banjul Mini Stadium.
Jallow was sent out from the bench for fighting with a fan outside the football field during the game.
Jallow will also serve four-match ban; he is therefore not allowed to stand behind the team bench nor is he to enter the dressing room before, during and after the games.
The GFF Organizing Committee says failure to comply will lead to a severe disciplinary actions in the future.
On matters relating to Interior FC, the OC also expressed grave concern over the behaviour of one Sheriff Bah a fan and Police officer with the Interior FC for using abusive language against match officials.
Mr Bah was reported to have followed the match officials with insults thus had been warned strictly to desist from such actions or would face penalties in the future.
The GFF Organizing Committee sits on league matters once in a week chaired by the President Lamin Kabba Bajo.