Sainey Sissohore: "CAF Women's Champions League will create new talents"

By Oyediji Oluwaseun Babatunde
Sports Writer, kick442.com Nigeria


The Gambia Football Federation, GFF Women’s Football Coordinator, Sainey Sissohore M’boge said the proposed CAF Women’s Champions League will give more rooms for new talents to emerge in the Women’s game.
She disclosed this during an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC in Banjul.

Mboge noted that the new initiative by CAF for Women’s league football across the continent will encourage Member Associations to increase their support to the women’s clubs and “will give more exposure and experience to coaches, players and administrators”.

“GFF is at the forefront of Women’s football on the continent because we are fully supported by our Executive Committee that put Women’s football as a top priority with the President been passionate about its progress“. She told www.bbc.co.uk

Sainey Sissohore’s applaud for the CAF Women’s Champions League which will be launched by CAF in 2021 is in tandem and synchronization with the Chairperson of Nigeria Women’s Football League, NWFL, Aisha Falode who during an exclusive interview with www.kick442.com on Sunday also applauded CAF for their Women’s CAF Champions League initiative.

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The Gambia is one of only 33 the Confederation of African Football, CAF Member Associations with operational National Women’s Football Leagues.

”We may also see the emergence of new names instead of the usual dominant clubs that you find in the men’s game,” Madam M’boge added.

”I must congratulate CAF for the great step because you will have thousands of girls and women across Africa who will now be dreaming of playing in the Champion League,” she noted. ” We also have to give credit to the GFF Executive for this opportunity without which it would have been difficult for us to integrate into the beautiful game”, Madam Mboge concluded.

Africa will become the third continent that will introduce Women’s Champions League when it kicks off in 2021, thereby following the footsteps of Europe with the UEFA Women’s Champions League and Asia with the AFC Women’s Champions League.


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