The Scorpions have safely arrived in Accra, Ghana where they are scheduled as part of their four training camp a warm up match with Ghana local national side on Wednesday 7th June. The team is hosted at Mplaza hotel in Accra on full board with all the invited players and officials.
At Monday’s farewell meeting with the players at the Football House in Kaniing, GFF President Lamin Kabba Bajo congratulated the lads for their commitment for national duty. He thanked them for their selfless services to the nation and further urged them to keep up the job work while wishing them success in their opening game in Benin.
Team captain Omar Colley on behalf of his colleagues thanked the football federation through the President for what he called provision of necessary logistics for the team without delays. He promised that the Scorpions will continue to work in unison and keep the Gambian flag high and also assured Mr Bajo that they will work very hard to represent the Gambia as good Ambassadors.
OJ later presented one of their brand new Puma kits sponsored by Multi Media Gate Way International ( MGI) to the President as gift and hopes that President Bajo would wear it on their match day, Sunday 11th June.
Meanwhile, the Scorpions will face off the local national team of Ghana in a friendly match on Wednesday 7th June as part of their four day training camp in Accra. The match according to officials is scheduled for 4pm local time.