FOROYAA Newspaper (Serrekunda)

25 December 2012

Gambia: Trio to Rejoin Brikama After Armed Forces Stint

Ebou Kanteh, Buba Sanyang and Modou Jallow return will bolster Brikama United ahead of the start of the GFA domestic league slated for December 28th.

The versatile midfielder Kanteh reunites with his team-mates in Brikama United following an adventurous but short stint with Gambia Armed Forces.

Initially, three players from the West Coast-based outfit were recruited on a loan basis as Armed Forces' coach Wuyeh Sey beefed up his roster in his audacious bid for the Military Cup to Ivory Coast - an attempt which stalled despite the acquisitions.

However, after a disappointing exit in the Abidjan championship, Ebou Kanteh and his Brikama team-mates are to return to their parent club for pre-season-though there are unofficial claims of Armed Forces pushing to secure a permanent deal with one of the Sateba Boys 's player.

"They are coming back of course after the end of the loan" Sulayman Kuyateh Brikama United gaffer who had his premier divisional league taste last year told Foroyaa Sports last week..

Earlier on this publication reported Brikama vice Captain Modou Jallow's intention to seek a move to Armed Forces amid claims of fallout with the team bosses.

Jallow capped once for the Gambia senior [against Angola], trained with the Kaki Boys, but a deal has yet to be pushed through.

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