Jun 8, 2020, 12:42 PM
Gambia Armed Forces Football Club is The Gambia’s most persuasive club after clinching three league titles in 2003, 2009 and 2017.
Colley, 28, has been constantly linked with a transfer to the premier league every shopping window and came close to departing for Fulham last summer only for him to sign a contract extension at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris after an aborted move.
West Ham, Leeds and Newcastle have all been reported to be interested in the signature of the former Wallidan and Real de Banjul protégé and as per reports monitored on SampNews24.com, Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero is willing to cash in on the Gambian but wouldn’t budge on his valuable of his prized asset.
Starting his professional career with Kupio then to Djurgarden and later Genk, where Sampdoria snapped him up, Colley returned to Ponte di Legno this week, where he began pre-season training ahead of the new season.
Banjul Football Club is well-known for producing exciting players in the city since the inception of the club in 2010.
Gambian international duo Pa Omar Jobe and Solomon Kanform both scored to salvage a crucial point for their Bangladeshi side, Sheikh Jamal, during their 2-2 draw against Bangladesh Police FC in their Federation Cup played at the Bangabandhu National Stadium on Sunday.
Three Gambian international players (striker Pa Omar Jobe, attackers Suleiman Sillah and Solomon Kanform) guided their Bangladeshi Side Sheikh Jamal to a 6-0 home win over Arambagh in their week-fourth fixtures of the Bangladesh Premier League played at the Bangabandhu National Stadium on Wednesday.