GAMBIA WCQ IN MOROCCO
The Gambia Football Federation wishes to announce that the National Football Team (Scorpions) would leave Banjul on Wednesday 12th June, 2013 to Morocco for their fifth World Cup Qualifying match against the Eagles schedule for Saturday 15th June in Marrakesh.
This is preceded by the Scorpions lost to Ivory Coast in Banjul for the second time by a three goal margin in their forth World Cup qualifying game. The result still places the Gambia at the bottom of the table with a solitary point while their heavyweight opponents Ivory Coast maintain pole position on ten points.
Meanwhile, the Normalisation Committee of The Gambia Football Federation GFF assesses that the performance of the Scorpions was quite encouraging and once again congratulates the team and technicians for a deserved performance although it did not match with the result. The GFF is very much satisfied with the performance and therefore challenges the boys to maintain the positive momentum and further assures the team of its unflinching support and courage all the way to the qualifiers.
The Normalisation Committee is further pleased to thank all institutions and stakeholders who patronised the GFF on the day for the success of the game including the media family for the publicity and coverage.
SCORPIONS LIST AND OFFICIALS TO MOROCCO
1.Lamin Camara Head of delegation
2.Modou Sowe Team Administrator
3.Peter Bonu Johnson Head Coach
4.Bakary B Baldeh Media Officer
5.Ansu Fatty G/K Coach Volunteering
6.Kalifa Manneh Medics
7.Pa Matarr Ndow Medics/
8.Amadou Jaiteh Kits Manager/Masseur Volunteering
9 Luciano Mancini Technical Assistant
LIST OF PLAYERS
1.CHRISTOPHER ALLEN GPA – FC
2.MODOU JOBE REAL DE BANJUL FC
3.BUBACARR SANYANG ARMED FORCES FC
4.ABDOU JAMMEH STEVE BIKO FC
5.EMMANUEL GOMEZ SAMGER FC
6.MAMADOU F. DANSO PORTLAND TIMBERS
7.LAMIN SAMATEH NK LOKOMOTIVA
8.PA MODOU JAGNE ST.GALLEN
9.OMAR COLLEY KUPS
10.EBRIMA SOHNA VOSTOK
11 MUSTAPHA JARJUE RAEC MONS
12 DEMBA SAVAGE HJK HELSINKI
13 SANNA NYASSI IMPACT MONTREAL
14 ABDOULIE MANSALLY REAL SALT LAKE
15 SALOUM FAAL CASA SPORT
16 SULAYMAN MARREH SAMGER
17 HAMSA BARRY GPA – FC
18 YUSUPHA BOBB HAWKS FC
19 MATARR NYAN GAMTEL FC
20 TIJAN JAITEH SANDERDJOFD
21 ALI SOWE CHIEVO VERONA
22 OUSMAN MANNEH STEVE BIKO
The GFF calls on the prayers of the general public for the Scorpions' successful campaign in Morocco.