SAVOY WANTS TO PROVE GAMBIA WRONG

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Central African Republic coach Raoul Savoy is back, and would like to show that Gambia was in hurry to split with him after only a short spell here as coach.
The hugely built coach breezed into Banjul with his so called Wild Beasts who must be tamed in friendly on Friday or cause havoc at the Stadium. Currently the Beasts are cocooned at their Djeliba Hotel base while their host tiny Scorpions but lethal to handle are at the Paradise Hotel.

Sang Ndong and his men including Modou Barrow among the foreign based players must make Gambians feel in paradise too on Friday by training the Beast and restore much needed confidence in Gambian football.
Savoy has told the BBC that his team and their football is unifying factor in that conflict strived nation but he also knows there is no less passion for the game here in Banjul as his short stint at Football House can tell him. The match Friday will provide litmus test for the Gambia whose international fortune has taken dive-causing worries among fans.