Apr 19, 2010, 3:15 PM
Jam City's poor run in the Second Division of the Women National League Championship continued with yet another hapless 2-nil defeat to city girls at the Real De Banjul Football Field on Friday.
Coach Omar Sarr, who was appointed to take charge of the Jambanjelly outfit following the shocking demise of former Coach Fatou B. K Mbye, last October, told this reporter that his side was not strong enough to snatch any meaning results, considering the performance they put in place against a side he described as formidable.
Jambar Njie and Kadijatou Badjie scored in each half to help the Banjul girls snatched a deserved victory at the expense of hapless Jam City girls, who conceded their fourth defeat in succession.
"We played well today but my players are not experienced enough to achieve the desired result, but despite losing four games in a row. I am quite hopeful that I can be able to maintain the team in the Second Division," the confident Sarr told Pointsport, shortly after a bitterly fought encounter over the weekend.
The 26-year-old further took time to reflect on the achievements registered by his former boss Fatou Mbye whose significant contribution is believed to be the main reason behind the successes Jam city is able to achieve, despite her short period of time as the Head Coach.
"We absolutely missed the valuable and seditious services rendered by Fatou Mbye during her time with us as the Head Coach of Jambanjelly outfit and many pundits attributed the team's current poor run of form in the league to the fact that she's absent," said the former assistant coach of the team, in an interview with our reporter.