By Sulayman Bah
Four players from the first and second divisions have been suspended
by the Gambia Football Federation league Organising Committee.
The announcement comes on the back drop of investigation by the OC into a string of alleged acts of rowdiness reportedly committed by players during their clubs league fixtures.The players Momarr Barrow, Zerome Jatta are banned for the rest of the
current campaign for allegedly launching invectives and hitting
officials while Ebrima Jatta from Serrekunda United and Lawrence Jatta
of Tallinding United are also suspended for two and three matches
Jatta is the second player suspended after Barrow from SK United and
goes out in the sidelines for three matches for attempting to hit a
The GFF also had a warning for Tallinding’s reserve net-minder Francis
Koroma who they say risks banning for unsporting behaviour.
The three clubs Tallining, SK United and East Bi were yet to make a
comment at press time.