Gambia Coaches Association first VP resigns

BY: Alieu Ceesay

The head coach of Gambia First Division side GAF, Ebou Jarra has confirmed his resignation as the 1st Vice President of The Gambia Football Coaches Association (GFCA) with immediate effect.

The former Tallinding United coach told Gambia Sports in an interview that he decided to quit as a result of the unclear stance of the Coaches Association President Pa Suwareh Faye on the Lamin Kaba Bajo-led GFF leadership, which he said, has been highly criticized by stakeholders.

Jarra says he is not happy with the leadership at the association, saying the Pa Faye is not even an active coach.

“I am not happy with the way things are going on,” he told Gambia Sports.

Despite his resignation, the Gambia Armed Forces gaffer said he would still remain as an active member of the association before adding that: “My resignation will send a signal that when one is volunteering and is not happy with certain things it is better to leave and allow other people to come in and do the job.”