By: Babucarr Fallaboweh
Gambian foreign-based players, namely Susso Bamba and Sainey Njie, are returning from their loan spell.
With two games to play, Muhammed Badamoesi has scored 11 league goals and provided four assists for FK Čukarički in 30 matches in Serbia.
Gibril Sillah has ten goals contribution, which includes six league goals and four assists for Jeunesse Sportive de Soualem in Morocco.
On loan from Serie B side Pisa, Susso Bamba spoke to The Alkamba Times immediately after the final whistle when he gave Bilje the lead in the 15th minute.
The visitor NK Nafta responded thrice to return home with all three points.
“I have had a successful loan spell. A great season, hard to forget. A good experience. Since I arrived here, they welcomed me openly, which gave me confidence: the coach, director, president, and fans. The coach has helped me a lot in developing as a striker. From striker’s strategies, technically, I have improved,” He told TAT Sports.
The 20-year-old striker scored 14 goals in 27 games and missed three league matches due to injury. He finished third on the chart for the golden boot race due to an ankle injury he didn’t fully recover from.
“I wasn’t expecting it would turn out like that. However, it’s a really good season, and I am happy, likewise my parent club Pisa.”
“I want to return to Italy to try my chance; there is a possibility. However, I feel excellent here too. Many clubs from here are interested in me, but the decision will only be taken during the summer because I have a contract with Pisa till 2024.” Susso added