By Rohey Dem
The suspension of former Samger striker Buba Jallow alias (Melles) by The Gambia Football Association due to what they called improper transfer as no green light papers were signed during the process of his transfer to Real de Banjul.
This move did not go well with coach Alagie Sarr of Real De Banjul, and he protested to the Gambia Football Association’s suspension to Buba Jallow, saying they no right to take such ‘unconstitutional’ decision.
Coach Alagie Sarr was speaking to reporters in a post-match interview at the independence Stadium following their goalless draw against Steve Biko F.C in the second week fixture of the GFA league one.
“I know that Buba Jallow was a Samger player but he told me that he now have nothing to do with former club Samger. Before sending a letter to Buba Jallow they should have wrote to the club (Real de Banjul) first,” he said.
After his side losing their first game two nil to Armed Forces, Alagie Sarr said he is still happy with the performance of his players in the league.
“We were expecting to collect the three points against Biko but due to lack of concentration the boys failed to exploit the chances they have.”
“We prepared very well for this game, but this is football, and we accept the draw with good faith.” Real only managed to collect one point out of two games and their coach hailed what he call good performance from his young side.
For Abdoulie Bojang of Steve Biko, his team deserved nothing but three points against Real De Banjul, because his players were at their best throughout the game and should have won the game.