U-23 to Camp in Tunis
Monday, October 02, 2006
As part of their preparation for the crucial return leg encounter against Egypt in Cairo next month, the National U-23 is expected to undergo a three days training camp in the North African country of Tunisia.
The Gambia U-23, who were held to a goal less draw in Banjul in their first leg of the 2008 Olympic Games qualifiers, are sanctioned to put a better performance in Cairo if they want to make it to the next stage.
Knowing the importance of the Cairo game, Coach Pa Suwareh Faye and labs went to camp since Wednesday 20th September 2006 and have been playing series of test matches with the other national teams.
Coach Pa Faye has retained the same team, which were held to a goal less draw by the Young Pharaohs of Egypt in Banjul on September 1st 2006. The four foreign based players who were present in Banjul for the first leg namely Pa Saikou Kujabi from Austria, Pa Malick Joof alias Fish from Germany, Ebrima Sawaneh from Poland and Demba Savage from Finland have been recalled to reinforce the team.
Author: By Sainabou Kujabi
Source: The Point