Oct 30, 2014, 10:11 AM
The Interior Football Club have laid a protest against the Gambia Football Association in connection with its ruling against Isatou Jallow, a former player of Watermann Football Club after problems surrounding her transfer to Interior.
Jallow, who transferred to the female side on 18 July 2011 and played for
Interior in their match against Red Scorpions, was said not to be in line with
the provision of the
According to an appeal letter addressed to Red Scorpions, Isatou played her first match against Red Scorpions on 30 July less than 14 days after the transfer was granted outside the transfer window of the Women Football league.
It further stated that the players incense with her former club has never been surrendered to the GFA as provided in the rules and regulation of the competition.
The letter states that a club that register a transferred player from another club must surrender the player’s licence with the transfer certificate to the secretary general of the association two weeks before the player plays his/her first match for his/her new club.
An incense would also have to be issued to the player.
this regard, Commissioner Abdoulie Sanyang of Interior Football Club said at a
press conference on Tuesday at the Police Headquarters in
He said they need a review the decision, saying this is why they cannot play their league matches because of that appeal. “Why is the GFA treating us unfairly,” he asks.
“We have to re-act because of the three points that have been taken by the GFA as a result of the appeal from the Red Scorpions,” he added.
He said they still have not received a letter from the FA to inform them about the outcome of the appeal against the Red Scorpions, “which is a big disappointment” for them.