GFF League leaders go for reinforcement ahead of the second round 

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Solomon Kamform

By: Pa Barrow 

The Gambia Football Federation (GFF) League One leader, Falcons FC, has made reinforcement to their squad ahead of the second round of the league fixtures.

The Abuko-based club has agreed to sign former Sheikh Jamal attacking midfielder Solomon Kamform for the remainder of the season.

Solomon, 24, was released by his Bangladesh club at the end of the 2022 league season and has since been without a club. However, he is available as a free agent in the transfer market and can join any club. 

Another potential signing is Mattar Ceesay, a 23-year-old Gambian holding midfielder. Mattar has been rumored to have left his South African club, AmaZulu, following a challenge in having game time and is available for the Gambian outfit. 

Mattar Ceesay

Ceesay’s struggle for game time has been mainly attributed to the departure of former head coach of AmaZulu Benni McCarthy, who left his role to join the backroom staff of his former club Manchester United in England. 

Falcons FC finished the first round of the league fixture sitting on top of the GFF National Division One table with 32 points ahead of close contenders Wallidan (28) at second and Real de Banjul (27) at third.

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