A statement on the cub’s website said the Gambian champions arrived there since Sunday and are lodged in a standard comfortable hotel.
Club coach Amat cham described the accommodation as reciprocal of what Real provided for their hosts in Banjul three weeks ago.
“We are happy at home with the way they welcome us and everything is going on fine for now. We thank them very much for this but I believe we also gave them a good service back home,” Cham said
The team’s first training session was held yesterday, Monday.
Real are in Sétif for this Friday’s Caf Champions League return leg tie against the African champions, ES Sétif.
The match will be played at the 25,000-capacity Stade 8 May, kicking off at 19:30 GMT.]]>