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Steve Trawally Left Scorpions Camp, Claims Ankle Injury

By Ousainou J. Sawaneh (PrinCE OjeE)

The Gambia Football Federation has reported that, the Gambian International Player, Baboucar Steve Trawally has left the Scorpions Camp claiming of an ankle injury and has returned to his club Ajman Sports this morning for urgent treatment.

GFF said Trawally is one of the 28 players that made it to Head Coach Tom Saintfiet’s final squad for the Scorpions maiden appearance at the African Cup of Nations currently underway in Cameroon.

GFF said in a statement “He was included in both match day squads as we begin our campaign with a win and a draw against Mauritania and Mali respectively. The forward claimed of an ankle injury and did not train yesterday. He has returned to his club this morning for urgent treatment”

The Gambia National Team including the Head Coach and his technical staff as well as the GFF would like to thank him for his services to the National Team and wish him a speedy recovery.

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