Sep 13, 2010, 12:02 PM
Former U-17 star midfielder Alieu Darboe is the fourth professional player to join the Gambia National U-20 team in preparation for the Africa U-20 Orange Championship against
Darboe arrived in
Readers could recall that three other professional players: Muhammed Touray, Sainey Mboge and Pa Sulay Njie have all arrived to link up with the rest of their teammates ahead of what promises to produce an exciting international match in less than a fortnight time.
In an interview with our reporter shortly after taking part in his second training session with the squad yesterday, Darboe whose valuable effort could not help the U-17 team progressed to the second stage of the African U-17 championship in Nigeria last year, said he is extremely delighted to earn a call-up to the U-20 team, and that he is looking forward to the tie.
"I will do my best to help the team achieve positive result when the championship kicks-off and hopefully we can meet our target," Darboe who started his professional career with a First Division team in
Darboe who guided Orrgyte to two Swedish cup titles in 2007 was tempted by a big move to the French League 1 side
He has since his arrival at the club earned the admiration of the club coach which also paved the way for the young lad to break his way into
The 17-year-old Darboe, who also had a successful spell with another French team, called Nice before moving to