By Mandu Sanneh
The GFA league leaders, Brikama continued to show their determination of winning the league after defeating the security boys, Armed Forces by 2-1 at the Box Bar, while Wallidan’s aim of winning the league is fading away after they have suffered their fifth defeat in a raw against Samger.
It was though a tough encounter for Brikama but thanks to a brace from their talisman, Bully Drammeh, they bagged three points, which saved their position as league leaders.
“I feel bad definitely. We play good football but at the end we lost everything,” these were the words of Mansour Jeng the assistant coach of Wallidan, after his side were pinned down by Samger at Serrekunda East.
Jeng said they used to score goals during their training session but in the game they don’t, and he doesn’t know what the problem with his players is. “People use to raise the question as if there is a crisis in the team, which is not they just can’t score” he said.
“It is complicated, we do not know where the problem lies. I spent six years in Wallidan but I never came across this type of situation in the team.” Wallidan are currently fifth on the league table with 24 points and have only three games to play.