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Real, GAF and Gamtel avid for league ties to resume after coronavirus outbreak

Apr 14, 2020, 3:12 PM | Article By: Lamin Darboe

Real De Banjul, Gambia Armed Forces and Gamtel are eager for the resumption of the 2019-2020 Gambia Football Federation (GFF) division league matches after coronavirus outbreak.

The country’s football governing body GFF stopped first and second division league competitions due to COVID-19 outbreak in The Gambia last month.

Real De Banjul were occupying top spot in the top tier standings with 29 points after fourteen league outings.

The city boys will defy to win their remaining league matches when league games resume after coronavirus outburst to maintain their chances of lifting the league trophy.

Gambia Armed Forces were sitting second-place in the league table with 23 points in fourteen league matches prior to COVID-19 outbreak in the country.

The Soldiers will fray to win their remaining league outings when matches resume immediately after COVID-19 outbreak to increase their hopes of winning the league title.

Gamtel were occupying third-spot in the league standings with 22 points in fourteen league ties; the telecommunication giants will affray to win their remaining league outings when league matches return after COVID-19 epidemic to claim the league crown.

By Lamin Darboe

Real De Banjul, Gambia Armed Forces and Gamtel are eager for the resumption of the 2019-2020 Gambia Football Federation (GFF) division league matches after coronavirus outbreak.

The country’s football governing body GFF stopped first and second division league competitions due to COVID-19 outbreak in The Gambia last month.

Real De Banjul were occupying top spot in the top tier standings with 29 points after fourteen league outings.

The city boys will defy to win their remaining league matches when league games resume after coronavirus outburst to maintain their chances of lifting the league trophy.

Gambia Armed Forces were sitting second-place in the league table with 23 points in fourteen league matches prior to COVID-19 outbreak in the country.

The Soldiers will fray to win their remaining league outings when matches resume immediately after COVID-19 outbreak to increase their hopes of winning the league title.

Gamtel were occupying third-spot in the league standings with 22 points in fourteen league ties; the telecommunication giants will affray to win their remaining league outings when league matches return after COVID-19 epidemic to claim the league crown.

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