Posts made in August 4th, 2018

The midfield maestro, who had an outstanding season with the City Boys, joins The People’s Team on a three-year contract after impressing in a trial. Speaking to after agreeing terms with Santos for Bah’s transfer, Real de Banjul Club President, William Abraham, said: “We are happy to help Alagie Bah move to the next step of his career. He joined a good team in South Africa in Santos FC and we pray he does well for them just as he’s been with us.” The 22-year-old, included in the Scorpions’ squad in recent times, had an outstanding season with the

He said his club trained as normal because they need the 3 points against Banjul United, adding that they had 5 points before kick off, 8 points means now we are going to top. “We played 5 games, we loss one, win 2 and drew 2 so I think we are on the right track now” Majorr said in a post match interview. “I did not do extra training for the match because I brought Banjul United from the 3rd Division to the 1st Division. I know the type of players who are currently playing and I know when to

Trawally signs a long-term contract with the Chinese Super League club after a successful season with Real de Banjul where he became the Club and League’s leading goal scorer with 12 goals. Winning two Gambia First Division titles and one Super Cup title, Trawally was rewarded for his superb performances by being named the best player in the League. The 20-year-old, who played predominantly as an attacking midfielder for Real de Banjul, was also an able deputy on the wings when required. On Steve Trawally’s departure, President William Abraham said: “Steve’s contribution to Real de Banjul Football Club was absolutely outstanding. His

The categories were PLAYER OF THE SEASON, LEADING GOAL SCORER, and MOST DISCIPLINED PLAYER. Diminutive winger Ablie Jallow scooped the player of the season award with runners-up prizes handed to forward Famara Jarju and defensive midfielder Bubacarr Camara respectively. Striker Yankuba Jarju won the club’s leading goal scorer in a season where he scored six goals while youngster Bun Sanneh was voted as the club’s most disciplined player of the season. The awards were meant as a way of motivating the players and were voted for by the Club’s Executive and Coaching Staff. Real finished the season on second position with 42 points, relinquishing the title