The Gambia Football Federation (GFF) will conduct a Mid-term review meeting with stakeholders scheduled for Friday 30th December at the Friendship Hostel hall of the independence Stadium.
This will be the first time in many years that the Football Federation goes into a conclave to review its past activities with stakeholders with a view to ushering the federation move much stronger in the coming years.
The meeting will look into the gains and accomplished engagements of the GFF leadership since coming into office in 2014. Stakeholders including but not limited to league clubs, allied associations, the media, government and the national sports council are all invited and expected to attend as matters of vital importance will be highlighted ranging from club commitment, national team engagement and competitions, technical, administration and governance as well as finance; marketing and communication.
In a similar development, the GFF under the stewardship of Mr. Lamin Kaba Bajo will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday 31st December at the Friendship Hostel of the Independence Stadium.
This statutory event will allow the GFF to present before stakeholders a general activity report for the year under review 2016. All the activities and programs conducted during the year under review will be encapsulated in the President’s Comprehensive report.
The two scheduled programs are important calendar events for the football federation and thus all club managers and other stakeholders would attend. The program would be presided over by the President of the Gambia Football President Lamin Kabba Bajo and would also be attended by GFF Executive Committee members.