27 December 2012

Gambia: Tijan Jaiteh to Sell Umbro Kits At Reduced Prices

Gambian international Tijan Jaiteh will soon start selling quality footballing materials with his first consignment of sporting gears set to arrive in the country next week. These materials will include a container load of football kits, tracksuits, football boots and balls amongst others. The materials which are all Umbro brand will be sold to Gambians at reduced prices.

This information was revealed to Observer Sports by the Sandefjord player who is currently in the country on his annual Christmas leave following the end of the Scandinavian football season.

Tijan who also revealed that he has a partnership with the UK-based kit designer will be giving out a percentage of the sales from his new business back to the Gambia Government through his Excellency Sheikh Professor Alhaji Dr. Yahya AJJ Jammeh.

The former Gambia U-17, U-20 and U-23 player says it is now time to give back to a government that has invested so much on them. He further stated that the Gambia under the leadership of President Jammeh has invested a lot in sports, football in particular, and this is the only way they can reciprocate the kind gesture.

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