Modou Jobe, fondly called Toldo, joins Niarry Tally in a permanent three-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Jobe joined in 2006 and helped them to several accolades in The Gambia.
Jobe, 26, has captained The Gambia national team for several years and has been a surrogate in between the posts for the country’s teams for the past decade.
President William Abraham said: “We are delighted that Modou Jobe has finally left us to begin his professional career elsewhere. He is a player that I admire because of his loyalty to the Club which is very hard to find nowadays. He has proved he is a great player with his performances for us and the national team in recent seasons and we wish him all the best with his new team.”
After completing his move to the Grand-Dakar club, Jobe said: “This is a dream come true and a great joy to be joining Niarry Tally. I’m very excited about playing in Senegal and I want to thank William [Abraham], Pa Yusupha [Samba], Bakary [Jammeh], Riad Azzi and the Real de Banjul executive for the opportunity. I wish the club all the best!”
Jobe has since linked up with his team in Senegal ahead of the commencement of their league season.
Everyone at Real de Banjul thanked Modou Jobe for his contribution to the club and wished him well with the Senegalese side.]]>