Real de Banjul will be the envy of Africa if they can punch a hole in the heart of continental champions and conquerors ES Setif in tomorrow’s opening leg of their champion league second round qualifying tie.
Handed the honour of hosting the Algerians in the first leg, Real must prove its substance in front of home support to upset the visitors, who are miles ahead in terms of strength and pedigree.
‘We are under no illusion that this perhaps is one of the most difficult tasks we ever face but nothing is impossible in football and we shall do our best,” Willy Abraham, President of Real de Banjul remarked on radio yesterday.
The match is scheduled for 4-30pm at the Box bar in Brikama.
School children will not pay entrance fees, a decision Real de Banjul officials say is aimed at encouraging and nurturing young football fans to grow with love for the game.]]>