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Scorpions Move to Camp

May 26, 2008, 6:42 AM | Article By: By Ebou Manneh

The Scorpions yesterday moved to camp at the Paradise Suite Hotel ahead of their game against the Lone Stars in Monrovia, for the 2010 World and African Cup of Nation's qualifiers.

The Scorpions are expected to leave for Liberia on Friday with Slok Air and will return on Sunday after their match with the Lone stars to prepare for their game with Senegal on June 8th 2008 in Banjul.

As the Scorpions moved to camp, more foreign-based players are expected in town. Aziz Corr Nyang and Musa  Bajaha were expected in camp last evening.

Seedy MB Kinteh, President of the Gambia Football Association informed Pointsports that more arrivals are expected latest Wednesday.  

He said an advance team will be sent to Monrovia and will leave Banjul on Tuesday to prepare the ground for the arrival of Scorpions in Liberia on Friday.

Eleven out of 23 foreign-based players called by the FA are currently in camp. The likes of, Pa Saikou Kujabi, Matthew Mendy, Mustapha Jajue, Demba Savage, Ebou Sillah, Pa Modou Jagne, Mustapha K Ndow, Assan Jatta, Ebrima Sawaneh, Pa Ousman Sonko and Modou Jagne have all arrived. A team of local-based players were also seen in a serious training session under senior national team Coach Paul Put.