Apr 30, 2020, 2:46 PM
Coronavirus outbreak in The Gambia has spoiled the 2020 May Day Sports event. The annual occasion which observed 1 May of every year is cancelled this year as part of measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the country.
The club was formed in 1973 and currently playing their trade in The Gambia’s top flight league.
They won three league titles and several FF cup crowns and participated in the CAF champions league, cup winners cup and Confederations cup.
Gambia Ports Authority was branded for their brilliant styles of football and produced one of the finest players for the country’s national teams.
Meanwhile, the ferry boys were occupying sixth position in the 2019-2020 Division One league standings with 20 points after fourteen outings before the covid-19 brought the league to a hold.
Samger Football Club is well-known for producing exciting players for The Gambia national teams since the inception of the club by former national team footballer Cherno Samba in 2002.
The FIFA Council have approved funds as Covid-19 Relief Funds for all Member Associations and the GFF will be entitled to USD1,000,000 (Universal Solidarity Grant) and USD500,000 (Women Football Support) totaling to USD1,500,000.
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.