1 February 2013

Gambia: Title-Holders Real to Square Winless Soldiers

Real De Banjul will eye stretch for a couple more victories when they take a shot at Armed Forces at the Banjul mini-stadium.

Coach Alagie Sarr and troop have bagged in two wins in two games with a minimum goal of record of two goals -one in each match -in the GFA league.

Epi-center to the win over Bakau outfit Steve Biko midfielder Bubacarr Trawally is living the hype of a proven sensation notching all Real De Banjul goals in week one and two.

The capital club's Saturday opponent, Armed Forces, have failed in two attempts to snatch their first win of the season.

The Kaki Boys gave away a first-half slender lead as Gamtel raced from behind to pip all points.

Striker Buba Sama first rifled in the opening goal setting Coach Wuyeh Sey and men on course for their first season victory but that win win instinct eluded the soldiers after Sam Gibba, Hamang Conteh and Modou Sarr sealed off the tie in a gruesome attacking pedigree.

Real however enter the fray amid accusations of being favoured by the Normalisation Committee abound. The two sides face off at the Banjul mini-stadium.

Brikama take on Gamtel at the Boxbar stadium while Hawks entertain Young Africans at the East part - all slated for Saturday.

Interior grind it out with Sea View at Banjul on Saturday and Samger tussles it out with Steve Biko at the East Park on Saturday.

Gambia Ports Authority will be hoping to recover from the shock defeat to Samger against Bakau United at the Brikama Boxbar stadium on Sunday.

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