FOROYAA Newspaper (Serrekunda)

14 November 2012

Gambia: GFA Top Scorer Awaits Response From Moroccan Club

Real De Banjul striker Modou Njie Sarr is waiting on Agadir's reply after undergoing a brief trial with the Moroccan Premier League outfit.

The forward left for the Magrheb after helping Real De Banjul to their first league title to end a four year trophy drought.

Njie rose to the occasion to notch in 15 career league goals after he quit Gamtel to help his father coach Alagie Sarr's project at the capital club.

The goal maestro lived to the billing and his exploits court the eyes of Agadir scouts. He left the shores of Gambia soon after, on an invitational tryout with team-mate Dimingo Manneh -former Equatorial Guinea and Arsenal target.

However, a club official who begged for cover revealed that the striker awaits a reply after returning.

Alagie Sarr, father to Modou Njie and gaffer of Real de Banjul confirmed the return of the striker.

"He is waiting for the club and we [Real De Banjul] miss to hear from the [Mroccan] club" League winning coach and ex-Gambia international Mr. Sarr told Foroyaa Sports.

Njie was trialed a potential option beef up to Hassania Agadir league title bid this season. They are second behind Far Rabat in the Moroccan GFN domestic front on thirteen points after seven games.

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