Franky was coach of Real de Banjul from September 2013 to April last year when he left due to poor health.
The 55-year-old will start immediately with the responsibility of moving the club forward in a number of areas including the youth and first team departments. ”This is a brand new position, and will enable the club to build upon the progress already achieved in such a short space of time,” the website reported.
It further explained that the appointment does not affect the role of Alhaji Amat Cham, who continues to be the head coach of the club.
Club president William Abraham said: “We are happy to welcome Franky to the club again. He was with us and had to leave due to health reasons but he is back as the technical director.”
We were keenly interested to listen to his ideas, knowledge and experience. He will work hand in hand with the head coach in order to improve our technical staff. Our aim is to continue to build a strong structure.”]]>