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Thursday, December 2, 2021

GAMBIA READY FOR DJIBOUTI …. 20-man squad to camp in Istanbul

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Coach Tom Saintfiet has released his 20-man squad for the upcoming 2021 Afcon preliminary round qualifiers against Djibouti.

This final selection follows the submission of his 28-man provisional squad.

One player, Sulayman Marreh was reported by his club as having an injury and is therefore unable to take part in the upcoming matches.

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Another scorpions Ibou Touray and Ebou Adams, both plying their trade in League Two in England, requested permission to concentrate on their respective club duties.

Also Bun Sanneh has been excused by the head coach to focus on international duties with the WAFU team currently in Senegal.

Others not selected are Baboucarr Gaye, Adama Jammeh and local based players Alagie Nyabally and Ngine Faye Njie .

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The final 20-man squad:
Modou JOBE (Jeddah FC, Saudi Arabia), Sheikh SIBI (Virtus Verona, Italy)

Pa Modou JAGNE (FC Zürich, Switzerland), Omar COLLEY (Sampdoria, Italy), Mohammed MBYE (Mjällby, Sweden), Bubacarr SANNEH (Göztepe, Turkey), Sulayman BOJANG (Kongsvinger IL, Norway), Dadi Dodou GAYE (KFUM Oslo, Norway)

Alasana MANNEH (Górnik Zabrze, Poland), Dawda NGUM (FC Roskilde, Denmark), Hamza BARRY (Hajduk Split, Croatia), Ablie JALLOW (AC Ajaccio, France), Ebrima COLLEY (Atalanta, Italy), Sheriff SINYAN (Lillestrøm, Norway)

Assan CEESAY (FC Zürich, Switzerland), Bubacarr JOBE (Mjällby, Sweden), Ali SOWE (CSKA Sofia, Bulgaria), Yusupha NJIE (Boavista, Portugal), Muhammed BADAMOSI (FUS Rabat, Morocco), Musa BARROW (Atalanta, Italy).
All the players in the squad will converge in Istanbul from where the team will fly to Djibouti City for the match slated for Wednesday 9th October with at 7 PM.

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