Oct 15, 2009, 7:48 AM
One of Gambia Football Federation (GFF) competition 2019/2020 is not short of a
goal galore as Gamtel FC never cease to produce stand out goal poachers at
Last Season’s second leading goal Scorer Yahya Ndong kicked off the new season with the telecom giants on the back drop of making a headline for himself as he currently top League One goal chart with Four (4) hits at his bank.
The Tallinding born Gamtel ace featured in five matches for the Telecom giants and netted Four goals for his side that now stands at 10 points on the League table at pole position.
The former National U-23 Scorpion has scored against GPA in Gamtel’s narrowest win over the Dockyard side and made one of the goals against Marimoo in their 2-1 win before his solo goal against GAF and adding one of the goals against Hawks 2 nil before capping off with his forth against Wallidan although at a 2 all draw.
Ndong’s extraordinary goal scoring prowess has earned him won Gamtel/Gamcel FC Player of the Week Award. He earlier on also won Player of the Month December 2019 Award and was decorated by the Team and management of the club with a recognition certificate.
Ndong is closely followed by Kalilu Jarju of Elite United with Three (3) goals to his name. The new comers are 12th on the fourteen team table with 4 points as at the end of Match Day Five.
In League Two, Musa Drammeh of B4U Kiang West lead the way with his incredible Six (6) goals in five appearances scoring an average of 1.2 per game. B4Kiang dropped to sixth from the pole position in League Two sitting at Sixth on 9 points. Adama Kanteh of Latrikunda United, Baboucarr Faal of Young Africans and Gunjur United’s Dawda Darboe all have 3 goals.
B/K Milan and GAF are two sides with suspended players as Alassan Faye and Saikou Jatta will watch Match Day Six at the stands due to the accumulation of maximum Three Yellow cards.
While they top the goal scoring chart in League Two, B4Kiang West will also have to rest in Alagi Camara while Dembo Kujabi of Falcons FC and Bailo Bah of Red Hawks will both sit out at their respective teams’ next matches after earning themselves similar punitive measures (three yellow cards).
Meanwhile Musa Drammeh of Banjul United and Dodou Jobe of Gunjur United all saw red at their Week Week Five matches.