Gambia:Scorpions Provisional Squad For Afcon Qualifiers Unveiled

By Bakary Ceesay

Scorpions Coach Tom Saintfiet has released Gambia’s provisional list for Afcon 2021 Qualifiers proper. The Scorpions will open their Group D campaign to the Palancas Negras on the 13th November away in Luanda and play home to the Leopards of DR Congo on the 18th November, 2019.

The provisional list of 36 players according to Saintfiet would be trimmed down shortly to the required number that would be used for both legs.

The “Saint” has retained almost the squad of players that qualified the country from the Afcon preliminaries to the Group proper. Saudi based Goal keeper Modou Jobe (Toldo) tops the list for goal keepers and is expected to make a return after a stellar performance at the preliminaries when the Gambia played its final match at home to Djibouti (3-2) on penalties after a one all draw at full time and eventually qualified to the Group Proper.

Captains Omar Colley and Pa Modou Jagne (Nda) are both in the list while youngsters Ablie Jallow, Ebrima Colley and Alasana Manneh all inclusive in the list are also expected to make a comeback following their great performances at home recently.

Hamza Barry, Modou Barrow, Sulayman Marreh and Babucarr Trawally (Steve) are also again called up in the provisional list and Saintfiet is highly hopeful of the stars’ return to the Scorpions forth coming campaigns.

  1. Modou JOBE                                    (Jeddah FC, Saudi Arabia)
  2. Sheikh SIBI                                       (Virtus Verona, Italy)
  3. Baboucarr GAYE                              (SG Wattenscheid, Germany)
  4. Alagie NYABALLY                           (GPA)
  5. Pa Modou JAGNE                            (FC Zürich, Switzerland)
  6. Ibou TOURAY                                   ( Salford City, England),
  7. Omar COLLEY                                  (Sampdoria, Italy),
  8. Mohammed MBYE                           (Mjällby, Sweden)
  9. Bubacarr SANNEH                           (Göztepe, Turkey)
  10. Sulayman BOJANG                          (Kongsvinger IL, Norway)
  11. Ngine Faye NJIE                               (Gamtel)
  12. Hamidou BOJANG                           (Real de Banjul, Gambia)
  13. Alieu JATTA                                      (Casa Sports, Senegal)
  14. Alasana MANNEH                            (Górnik Zabrze, Poland)
  15. Dawda NGUM                                    (FC Roskilde, Denmark)
  16. Ebou ADAMS                                     (Forest Green, England)
  17. Ebrima SOHNA                                 (Gambia)
  18. Sulayman MARREH                         (KAS Eupen, Belgium)
  19. Hamza BARRY                                   (Hajduk Split, Croatia)
  20. Ablie JALLOW                                   (AC Ajaccio, France)
  21. Ebrima COLLEY                                 (Atalanta, Italy)
  22. Sheriff SINYAN                                  (Lillestrøm, Norway)
  23. Bun SANNEH                                     (Génération Foot, Senegal)
  24. Modou BARROW                               (Denizlispor, Turkey)
  25. Assan CEESAY                                    (FC Zürich, Switzerland)
  26. Bubacarr JOBE                                    (Mjällby, Sweden)
  27. Ali SOWE                                              (CSKA Sofia, Bulgaria)
  28. Bubacarr ’Steve‘ TRAWALLY           (Ajman, UAE)
  29. Adama JAMMEH                               (Etoile du Sahel, Tunisia)
  30. Muhammed BADAMOSI                  (FUS Rabat, Morocco)
  31. Musa BARROW                                  (Atalanta, Italy)
  32. Bakery JATTA                                      (Hamburger SV, Germany)
  33. Nuha MARONG KRUBALLY            (Racing Santander, Spain)
  34. Musa JUWARA                                   (FC Bologna, Italy)
  35. Kalifa MANNEH                                 (Carrarese, Italy)
  36. Lamin JALLOW                                  (Salernitana, Italy)

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