Armando mboke’s last minute goal earned Gambinos a win in there league opener. It was the best game played so far in this year’s tournament, beautiful football from start to finish. Two minutes into the game Sunny scored, the Binos has some good chances to level the scores but the stubborn Sunny side was well organised at the back, when the Binos resumed in the second half, they create numerous chances but could not break the deadlock. Exactly two minutes to play Omar Jammeh scored an equaliser, and two minutes into extra time Armando Mboke scored a second goal.
The Gambinos FC get their new season started against Sunny FC on Monday 9th at 4.30pm 🙂
Tremendous well done to all those that turned out today for the Stirling Albion Chairman’s charity walk up Dumyat hill. The club chairman Stuart Brown was accompanied by members of his own clan, including his young grandchildren, as well representatives from the Junior Academy and, of course, Binos fans. The walk was organised to help raise funds for our Gambinos charity. Thanks everyone!
Lamin Fatty was again the center of attention as he produced a magical performance in a big stage. The young stars could not protect a 2-0 win in the first twenthy minutes as defensive lapses and a last minute stunner deprived them victory. Talented left winger Lamin Fatty scores a beautiful screamer after dribbling past almost the entire soccer boys defence before unleashing a great effort into the bottom right corner to give Gambinos the lead. Just after ten minutes, he again fires in a quick shot from just outside the area to the delight of Mr. Frankie a football recruit expert from belgium who watches from the stands applauds the brilliance of Lamin Fatty. Gambinos went ahead 2-0.
Soccer Boys FA got a consolation just before half time and a last minute beautiful stunner from 30 yards out brings the game to penalties wich Gambinos lost 4-5. Overall a great tournament for our very young squad who are in a semi final for the first time in history.
Congratulations to the Academy Under-13 squad, who have reached the Semi-Final of the Under-13 WCRFA Easter Tournament. The team earned their place after a 1-1 draw and a 3-2 win on penalties over Kids With Talent FA. The side will wait for the winners from other fixtures when balloting is done tomorrow morning.
Another great experience for our young u-13 team as the lads hands Borrowski Fa their first defeat in his years campaign. Gambinos took the lead through Lamin Fatty just before half time, a clever run and a beutiful finish from just outside the area, what a talent?
Alhadgie Ceesay sealed victory in the fifthy fifth minutes with a beautiful drive in the top right corner. The first ever appearance for the young Gambinos side at box bar as they booked their ticket to the last eight of West Coast Regional Academy Tournament.
Gambinos Academy was among twenthy seven aspiring Academies that took part in the West Coast Regional Football Academy Association (WCRFAA) Easter U9 Championship on Sunday 21st April, 2019 at the FIFA Goal Project in Yundum. Our first participation for the first time in history, Gambinos Academy won two matches and lost one, despite our little experience, the young talents won 2-0 against White Croc FA, 2-0 against the experienced Wanderers FA before they were beaten by Borrowski 2-0. Young Yusupha Days Sarjo got three goals and Ansumana Manneh got the other as we gathered four goals in three matches. Speaking to the website at the event, Gambinos head of recruitment Buba Touray express his delight and spoked about his thoughts on restructuring the Academy and all the Gambinos youth categories. “I’m very much happy about the progress so far, this is a very good platform to develop experience and build on your strength, we had a very good experience today and i’m very happy that all the kids had fun with what they love, we are very much excited and looking forward to some restructuring as next two months is very important for the Club’s aims and objective towards rebuilding and restructuring”
Gambinos Academy stunned United World Stars with a 3-0 victory as the young stars booked their place in the West Coast Region Easter academy football fiesta.
Young ace Lamin Fatty, Lamin Ceesay and Musa Sarr all scored to ensure our participation is guaranteed at BoxBar mini stadium for the first time in history.
Gambinos and Jamcity United played out a mouthwatering final at the country’s Fifa Goal Project mini stadium on wednesday as Gambinos emerged winners of another scouting tournament in five months.
Gambinos starts the tournament with a 5-0 thumping of talents from Sukuta Youths Football Academy, before they dramatically edged out Greater Tomorrow 3-2 and a 2-1 final win over an experienced second division bound JamCity United.
Gambinos scored ten goals in three matches more than any other team participated in the tournament, emerged as winners, clinched the best player and the best goalkeeper awards with an outstanding performance from the whole team.
Gambinoss were awared the winners certifate, Gambinos young left wing back Buba Badjie awarded a certifate as the best player after scoring two goals and three assists from defense, and Nfansu Manneh also awarded a certificate after a stunning performance throughout the tournament.
The Gambinos extended our unbeaten record since march under manager Sarr Touray to four games on Friday, with a comfortable 2-1 Third Division league win at KGH. But there’s little time to rest and reflect on that success, as today is all about the build-up to thursday morning’s epic try-out exhibition clash with the mighty Sukuta Youths FA. Gambinos will be training at mandinaring kaburong ground this morning, before they will travel to Yundum Fifa Goal Project thursday morning for a talent scouting program as the league match away to Greater Tomorrow awaits.
Big day of West Coast Regional Championship action for our U-13 team when they take on Universal Fa at their Academy Ground, Gambinos were on tuesday drawn alongside their local neighbours Universal Fa and United World Stars. Gambinos U-9 were also drawn in group A with White Croc FA and Eagles FA. The first time in history for the Gambinos Academy to take part in a national league championship in west coast region.
The Academy will travel to Daranka for the resume of the Inter Academy tournament posponed fixture away to Sutton United FA.