Jul 21, 2020, 11:35 AM
Scorpions’ winger, Modou Barrow has signed for reigning Soth Korean champions Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors after leaving Turkish side Denizlispor for an undisclosed fee.
The two renowned entities Coach’s Investment and Consulting and N’Joofen Enterprises have won the bids and are expected to start supply of the turf materials soon.
Ahead of the restart of competitions, the GFF is currently embarking on rehabilitation and refurbishment of grounds across the Greater Banjul Area for the hosting of League matches. Banjul and Brikama are among grounds to be rehabilitated with artificial turfs while Sere Kunda East, Sere Kunda West, Bakau and Manjai would all be refurbished with grass, perimeter fence, toilets and dressing rooms. The aforementioned grounds are already been installed with flood lights while works at the Gunjur Mini Stadium and NTTC in Yundum are progressing steadily.
Present at the signing ceremony were GFF 1st Vice President Alh Bakary K Jammeh, Executive member Sadibou Kamaso and GFF General Secretary Lamin M Jassey with representatives of the two suppliers.
Who will replace Real de Banjul in the 2021 CAF club competition after the city-boys declined to represent The Gambia in the continent’s top tier football club championship.
Gambian striker, Alfusainey Gassama scored a wonderful goal during his Malaysian side Kelantan United 3-2 away defeat to Johor Darul in their week-five fixtures of the Malaysian Premier League (second division) played at the Tan Sri Dato' Hj Hassan Yunos Stadium on Saturday.
The Gambia senior national team; the Scorpions are eyeing for revenge against Gabon in their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers following their 2-1 slip to the Gabonese in their first-leg tie played at Franceville on Thursday.