Nov 27, 2013, 9:55 AM
Despite another disappointing performance by the Super Cup winners Samger, they are still confident in their contention in the race for the title after losing to returnees Tallinding United.
The head coach of Samger, Jane Joof, said he was delighted with the performance of his team and believes Samger is a formidable side and the boys are also doing extremely well so far.
Substitute Omar Ndong's 70th minute strike saw Tallinding United claim all three points at the hands of the academy boys at the serekunda-East-Mini-Stadium last Sunday.
Coach Jane Joof, who guided Samger to two victories still remains confident that Samger can repeat their impressive performance that saw them finish 2 points behind the title holders, Wallidan, last season.
"I cannot agree to the fact that Samger have lost their spirit in the league". He added that the defeat was unfortunate. Coach Joof maintained that they will strive to remain in league one football.
"We have a crop of young and talented players who are anxious to make a name for them at the international level and we want to help them realize their objectives," Jane Joof continued.
He finally highlighted that Samger will keep fighting for the league and did not write off Samger's chances of winning the league.