Jun 18, 2020, 1:02 PM
Work is set to start at the Gunjur Mini Stadium very soon, according to news emanating from The Gambia Football Federation (GFF) Secretariat in Kanifing East Layout.
In a media release made available to The Point sports, Real De Banjul said it does not want its reputation and those of its members to be unfairly tainted. “We feel that the club should have been crowned champions when the season was abandoned”, added the club.
“Real De Banjul FC is not only one of the oldest members of the GFF, but we have always played a cardinal role in the development of football in The Gambia by following the Laws and Rules of the game, invest in all aspects of football development, support the GFF to best of our ability at all times”, also said the club.
Latrikunda United Football Club is currently training despite the coronavirus outbreak and the restrictive measures, according to the news reaching The Pointsports Desk.
Gambian striker, Pa Amat Dibba has scored for his Turkish club Adana Demirspor, during their 4-2 home win over Giresunspor in their week thirty fixtures of the Turkish 1 Lig (Second Division league) played at the 5 Ocak Fatih Terim stadium on Saturday.
What is next for Gambian football after the last twenty-one days of state of public emergency ended yesterday?
The President of World Football governing body (FIFA) Gianni Infantino has dispatched a message of condolences on the passing of the late Alh Ousman B Conateh ( Fisco) following the death of the former Gambia Football Association President over the weekend.
Following the government of the Gambia’s pronouncement of the Public State of Emergency and the subsequent suspension of all sporting activities by the Ministry of Youth and Sports due to the corona virus (Covid-19) Pandemic, the Executive Committee of the Gambia Football Federation had extensive consultations with Presidents of League Clubs to sound their views and opinions on the matter.
The 2020 wet season biggest football competitions jamboree; Nawettan are in limbo after coronavirus outbreak daunted the country’s first and second division leagues.