Aug 23, 2021, 2:01 PM
Gambian international player Foday Trawally has joined Estonian topflight side, Paide Linnameeskond.
The Queen Scorpions last Monday thumped Sierra Leone 2-nil in the first leg encounter of the qualifiers played at Staduim in Monrovia in Liberia.
The women’s team on Thursday went to camp at the National Technical Training Centre in Old Yundum to continue their training for the all-important match.
The Gambia will be hoping to beat the visitors to progress to the next phase of the qualifiers.
Coach Mariama Boom Sowe in an interview with reporters following their return from Liberia praised her girls for their wonderful display in Monrovia, saying she hope for another victory on home soil.
Captain Penda Bah alias (Crouch), expressed delight with the away victory, while thanking the entire women’s team for a job well done.
Following the decision by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to disqualify our team from the ongoing West African Football Union (WAFU) Zone A U-17 championship in Senegal, The Gambia Football Federation (GFF) would like to express its great shock, dismay, disappointment and sadness with this unfortunate decision.
Scorpions’ coach Tom Saintfiet has said that despite the challenges faced by his team, he was very happy and proud of his players after they defeated Gabon 2-1 in their return leg of the Afcon Group D qualifiers played at the Independence Stadium in Banjul on Monday.
Gambian winger Babou Cham scored for his Armenian side FC Sevan during their 3-1 post-match penalty shootout lost to FC Van following a 2-2 draw in regulation time in the Armenian Cup played at the Charentsavan City Stadium on Friday.