“The rest were all away matches for Brikama but the concerned zone themselves are the ones who chosed Brikama for their home matches to be played in. That choice was made by the zones themselves when they were selecting venues for their home matches,” Faal said.
Asked if the group fixtures may not be revisited as two teams, Gunjur and BEM are behind the rest in the number of games played at any given time, Faal said he cannot make immediate comments on that observation but it is one that’s worthy of discussing and promised to draw the attention of his committee to it. The Standard yesterday learnt that SOC officials were due to discuss that among other issues of the tournament.
According to the fixtures Brikama’s only home match out of the three they played was the match against the Serekunda east. But Gunjur and Sukuta choosed to play their home matches in Brikama Both were soundly beaten by Brikama 3-0 and 2-1 respectively drawing criticisms from their fans who questioned why their officials agreed to such an arrangement that put their teams at such great disadvantage. The fans argued that Sukuta could have chosen Manjai as their host zone.]]>