The second-round transfer closes with remarkable signings


The GFF First and Second Divisions transfer window closed with some intriguing signings. Clubs have recalled loan players, while some clubs had players who were injured throughout the first-round back. New signings have hit the ground running with some goals and assists during the FA Cup tie and first match of the second, with both Muhammed Badjie and Sarjo Bojang scoring against Fortune & GAF.

Hamadi Kebbeh, the football scout and analyst behind the Space GFF Player of the Month, shed some light on the signings of BST Galaxy and Fortune FC.

“The signings are very good, especially the BST Galaxy capture of Modou Lamin Fofana. He is one of my best players in the league, and I don’t know why the Armed Forces let him go. He is a very good footballer, together with Momodou Fadera, on loan from Fortune FC.” Kebbeh mentioned

“Muhammed Jallow is a good addition to Fortune; he is second to none; only Yankuba Minteh is better than him on the wings; he is a good dribbler. They did the best signing in Muhammed. It will help them boast their attacking force; they were struggling, and all the players playing there were strikers.”


“All the clubs brought in players they needed; if you look at Fortune, their wide players aren’t delivering. BST has sold a lot of players and needed to bring in replacements in order to keep themselves in the league.”

Marimoo started the season brightly but slammed into poor form.

Marimoo have been struggling since their bright start, which saw them maintain the top five in the first weeks of the league. A sudden blip of form saw them go 11 games without a win and 990 minutes without a goal before Modou Manneh scored his lone goal against Waa Banjul on week 18.

The Marimoo coach is pleased to welcome back Foday Sanyang, Muhammed Cham, and captain Ebrima Senghore.


“We believe the players we adjusted for in the second round can help us. We have adjusted some experience, and some of the of the young ones that you know are coming from the feeder team. We believe we will see changes, and from that adjustment, we have brought in seven new players.”

“We had some players who got injured during the preseason, and that included one of our key players. Our former captain is back,” he added.


Saikouba Ceesay
Photo Credit- Fortune Fc

TMT and Wallidan had a busy window, with both registering almost seven players each. TMT welcomes back Modou Lamin Demba, while the Falcons have former Armed Forces striker Adama Jammeh in their ranks following an unsuccessful stint at CasaSports. BST, apart from Modou Lamin Fofana, brought in versatile and experienced midfielder Bubacarr Jarju, formerly of RS Tallinding, and Kartong-born winger Musa Njie. 2021 GFF leading goalscorer Saikouba Ceesay has returned to the First division and this time he will be leading the line of Fortune.

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Baboucarr Fallaboweh Sports Editor (Buba Jallow Fallaboweh) is a Gambian football expert, football analyst & columnist. The Stockholm-based Journalist is a media officer, football Scout, PR, Influencer and Digital creator. I started my journalism career as a football analyst in 2012 with Vibes FM and went on to work with CityLimit, West Coast, Hot FM, Freedom Radio, Eye Africa and Afri Radio as a content producer and presenter. In 2013, I attended Football Daily on the BBC SPORTS where we discussed the different styles of Football played in Africa. I Went on to freelance for The Point Newspaper, Freedom Newspaper, Daily Observer and Standard Newspaper before being appointed as Sports Editor with the Alkamba Times in March 2022.  I have worked for Magazines like Glo Magazine and Foot54 covering Gambian football and African Football.   Between 2020 -2021 I worked as a scout for the Gambia Football Federation, scouting talents for the U17 &U20.  From 2017 to 2021, I served as Media officer for GFF First division teams Team Rhino and Marimoo and also as media Officer of Banjul FC, fourth Division tier in Sweden and Darboe’s FC (Female second division club in the Gambia). I served as a PR for Superstars Academy.   With Afrencon, I was a data analyst before I joined LightHouse as a head scout for the Gambia project. In organizational structures, I served as the ambassador of the John Bass Kidney Foundation and one of the founders of the foundation creating kidney awareness in the Gambia.   I also served two positions in the Gambian organization in Sweden, as Sports chairman and the secretary of the associations.   After 12 years of being a football journalist, I was named 3rd best sports column writer in Africa year 2021 by the reputable sports media organization AIPS. I finished in the top 35 in the world with my article titled Back way: Gambian footballers in deadly Voyage to Europe.   With over 500 articles and interviews, analysis, profiling, features and news, I was shortlisted for the Gambia Press Union National Journalist Award 2022. I submitted the article which was co-written alongside Momodou Bah From Living Through Despair to Being An Agent Of Hope, The Inspiring Story Of John Bass.   I have served as an advisers to Football academies, clubs, and players and others. I have hosted dozens of shows and was invited as a guest on both radio, TV and the online press. I also covered the Gambia's maiden AFCON debut in 2021 in Cameroon.  

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