Nov 17, 2009, 2:26 PM
Gambian/Norwegian star Muhamed Keita and fellow teammates Adam, Michael and Martin, who play for Stromsgodset in Norway’s highest league, were Wednesday chosen by club to meet a handful of children at a Gulskogen centre.
The players, whose club is currently leading the league table with five points clear of second place Rosenborg, made pranks with kids at the centre Wednesday night.
The event is in connection with Gulskogen Centre who organizes Gulskogen days, club website has reported.
They played football with the children against “power”, and a biased judged Muhamed Keita did enough seating to Adam, Martin and Jorgen.
The event also witnessed the mass signing of autograph and lots of other fun.
The players are now focused on Saturday’s game against closest contenders Rosenborg in Trondheim.