Gambian Foreign-Based Players League Cup Roundup

The French-born, Mouhamadou Drammeh is eligible to play for the Gambia and has scored four goals in all competitions.

By: Baboucarr Fallaboweh 

In Belgium, Zulte Waregem pipped Lommel 1–0 in the Beker Van Belgie competition. Substitute Alieu Fadera assisted Zinho Gano’s goal in the 70th minute as they sealed their qualification.

KAA Gent midfielder Sulayman Marreh hasn’t featured in the buffalo’s last three matches; Gent, however, put four goals past Dessel Sport In the Croky cup. 


Ebrima Colley’s Fatih Karagümrük S.K picked up a 3-1 victory against Kırşehir FSK in the Turkish cup knockout stage. Colley cemented his position in the starting XI and lasted for 70 minutes.

Lamin Jallow played only the first half and was replaced by Tetteh as they were beaten heavily by Samsunspor.


Ali Sowe was given a rest ahead of their game against Trabzonspor. However, it was sufficient for Ankaragücü to advance to the next stage of the competition following their 6-2 victory over Amed SK.


Vejle defeated local rivals AC Horsens in the DBU Pokalen courtesy of Mouhamadou Drammeh’s goal in Nørreskoven. The French-born is eligible to play for the Gambia and has scored four goals in all competitions. 

Three goals in the first 36 minutes of action were enough to hand Viborg FF a 3-1 win over FC Midtjylland. Alasan Jatta was introduced with 25 minutes remaining on the clock as Viborg extended their unbeaten record to 13 in all competitions.

Gambia U23 midfielder Foday Darboe who made his debut against Anderlecht, was on target as he doubled Paide’s lead in their round of 16 against Tallin Kalev U21. The former Real de Banjul Midfielder told TAT sports he was pleased to score.

“Chances have been pouring, and I have taken a lot of shots. Today was the right moment to score. I was encouraged to score because I have had many shots on target. Now the goal has come, and more will follow.” He indicated

South Africa

The citizens lost 1–0 on aggregate away to Algeria against USM Alger; Kajally Drammeh was an unused substitute as Cape Town City CAF Campaign ended.


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