Mar 19, 2021, 12:35 PM
Real de Banjul is delighted to announce that the CEO of partner club Paide Linnameeskond, Jaanus Pruuli, is set to visit the Gambia next week for a scouting mission.
The Banjul based-club beat the Telecommunication giants 2-1 in their week twenty-five fixture played at the Late Ousman Saho Football Field at Yundum to curb Gamtel’s first division one survival hopes.
Banjul United and Gamtel were both struggling in the country’s top flight league since the start of the league campaign in January 2021.
The duet came for the vital three points to move away from the relegation zone to fancy their chances of staying in the country’s premier league for another season.
Banjul United netted two goals in the match to complete a hard-fought win over Gamtel to improve their position on the league table.
The slender victory moved Banjul United away from the relegation zone with 23 points after twenty-one league matches, while Gamtel are still with 20 points in twenty-one league matches.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has fined The Gambia Football Federation $100, 000 for its role in the incident that saw the Gabon team sleeping on the airport floor on 16 November ahead of their Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.
The champions of the GFF ongoing 1st Division League, Fortune FC have conceded their second loss of the season, while Talliding United are close to relegation after their defeat in their week-24 fixtures of the league played at the Independence Stadium over the weekend.