Apr 22, 2020, 3:38 PM
Latri Kunda United Football Club has denied reports that they were currently training amid the coronavirus pandemic in The Gambia.
“After due consultation with the GFF affiliate clubs and following the extension of the State of Public emergency by the President of the republic, the executive committee of The Gambia Football Federation has taken the decision to declare the National League null and void with no winners, no promotions and relegations,” the GFF states in a statement.
The GFF further said that it will allow the current number one and number two positions of the First Division League to represent The Gambia in CAF Club Championship and CAF Confederation’s Cup respectively.
The GFF said it will provide financial support to clubs from the covid-19 relief funds, adding that urgent and necessary steps will be taken to improve the condition of football fields.
The GFF expressed gratitude to management of all clubs for their cooperation and understanding during these difficult times in our football.
In the FIFA Coca Cola World Ranking released in April, The Gambia amongst other nations have not made any move on the standings. This is due to the ongoing measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 resulting in little football of late and, consequently, next to no movement in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking.
Gambia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) and European Union (EU), Tuesday launched a project to support Gambian wrestling at a ceremony held at GCCI office.
The Gambia Chess Federation (GCF) has announced that due to the global pandemic of Covid-19, it will engage all relevant stakeholders in the review process of the 2020 plan activities, in a bid to map out proper plan on the way forward.
Baboucarr Jallow, a US-based Gambian over the weekend donated 52 bags of rice to his native community of Kerr Mama in North Bank Region’s Upper Nuimi District.
As we mark yet an other Day of remembrance of workers who die for the dignity and rights of the workers , we pay tribute to our own National Trade Union Leaders namely.