Aug 26, 2020, 12:06 PM
Paris Saint-Germain have ended the 2019/20 season with heartbreak, despite it being the best in their history.
Club president, Willy Abraham said the covid-19 pandemic has, quite clearly, brought about challenges which extend beyond the game we all love, and led to an unprecedented and testing situation for everyone.
He added that, in these circumstances, to open an honest communication is important more than ever.
“I want to start by offering my condolences to those who have lost loved ones to this terrible disease. I would also like to acknowledge once again the incredible work being carried out by key workers, including Red Cross at this difficult time. Their collective sacrifice for the health and wellbeing of others is something to be truly proud of, and one which on behalf of Real De Banjul Football Club, I would like to sincerely thank them for.”
He went on to call on people especially their fans and followers to stop the spread of the disease by adhering to all guidelines commanded by WHO and the country’s health experts.
“This is a serious situation which is changing by the day, and we all need to look after ourselves and those around us.”
He however, said that Real De Banjul remains committed to supporting local communities and front-line workers in the fight against COVID-19.
“One thing we can be sure of is that football, and normality, will return, and will so do more quickly if we remain united and practice the precautionary measures.”
Gambia and AS Roma midfielder Ebrima Darboe over the weekend paid a courtesy call on the President of The Gambia Football Federation (GFF) Lamin Kaba Bajo at Football House in Kanifing.
The Gambia Police Force (GPF) formerly called Interior FC continue their unbeaten run of form in The Gambia Football Federation (GFF) Women’s 1st Division League, while Berewuleng lead the table standing in the 2nd Division League.