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Dalton1



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Posted - 04 Jun 2011 :  00:57:03  Show Profile  Visit Dalton1's Homepage Send Dalton1 a Private Message

Memories of Gambian Soccer......Washington DC



http://www.gainako.com/news/news/2011/06/03/the-legendary-gambian-soccer-star-alagie-momodou-njie-biri-biri-honored-in-grand-style-in-dc.html






The story is inspired by Buharry Gassama



Please read folks and don't kick the table next to you.



Read and share with your friends....



Yero


"There is no god but Allah (SWT); and Muhammad (SAW)is His last messenger." shahadah. Fear & Worship Allah (SWT) Alone! (:

Edited by - Dalton1 on 04 Jun 2011 03:02:19

kobo



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Posted - 04 Jun 2011 :  09:40:00  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
I CAN BET THAT OUR "BIRI BIRI PELE DE GAMBIA" WAS BETTER THAT MARADONNA AND MESSI; AT HIS PEAK ON THE GAME AN UNSUNG HERO FOR FIFA AND AFRICA (A VERY SERIOUS CASE FOR CAF)

MY STATEMENT IS ENDORSED BY FATHER GOUGH (WHITE MAN IN PHOTOS) ACCORDING TO REPORT HERE;

"The Coach for the Veterans' team, Fr Joseph Gough had this to say about Biri, " Biri is not only the best that ever played in Africa, he ranks amongst the top three that ever played this game." The Roman Catholic Irish Priest went on to add that ,"Had Biri been say a Brazilian, He could simply have been the PELE of the world". With such a bold statement coming from someone who knows the game like Joe Gough; who had an opportunity to see Biri play back in the 70's and 80's; then Gambia and its people have something to be proud of."

THE GAA DESERVES COMMENDATION FOR THIS GREAT EVENT EXECUTED IN GRAND STYLE!

THANKS FOR SHARING DALTON 1

ALSO YOU MAY FIND THIS INTERESTING ON MEMORIES OF FATHER GOUGH;

1. Father Gough's Saints Years recaptured

2. History of Banjul’s St.Augustine’s High School, The Gambia

3. Father Joseph Gough Sports Foundation

Edited by - kobo on 04 Jun 2011 12:59:54
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kobo



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Posted - 01 Nov 2011 :  16:54:47  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
THE POINT NEWS Biri Biri to be honoured
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kobo



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Posted - 05 Jan 2012 :  00:06:00  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
THE POINT NEWS;
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