It was not clear what transpired at the meeting as none of the officials from both sides would volunteer information but The Standard reliably learnt that MOYS was keen to make its position clear that it was not changing its stance on the NSC’s suspension of the GFF officials.
The GFF on the other hand has not made any public decision as to whether it would comply with the decision to quit Football House. However, clubs and other representatives loyal to them have expressed opposition to the suspensions and vowed to boycott the league if the suspensions are not lifted.
Meanwhile, world football body Fifa had given a deadline of May 15 which The Standard now learnt has been extended to as yet an undisclosed date for the suspensions to be lifted. Followers of Gambian football are keenly waiting for the next twist in this developing episode in Gambian football history.
By Lamin Cham]]>