By Sulayman Bah
Kebbeh’s remarks broke the long silence of his executives in the wake of their replacement by a five-member Normalisation Committee announced by the world football governing body last Thursday.
“We will react at the appropriate time. We want to react professionally. We will respond when the time comes,” Mustapha Kebbeh, who has the shortest spells at the helm of Gambian football, told Foroyaa Sport yesterday evening.
The GFF leadership was waived for what FIFA calls lack of trust and confidence towards them from Gambian football delegates on the heels of the country’s universal two-year ban slammed by CAF for deliberate alterations of players’ birth documents.