(From The Independent (The Gambia) - AAGM)
Tombong Saidy the chairman and CEO of the consulting firm amRa has said that he would not rest until he sees the logical end to a case, suggesting a breach of agreement between his firm and The Gambia Football Association (GFA).
Mr. Saidy a onetime director of the Gambia Radio and Television Services, said he was on the verge of resorting to the courts after the GFA had reneged on what he called a firm promise to sell him the rights to the crucial Senegal-Gambia match in the qualifying phase of the African Nations Cup in Tunisia in 2004.
Sources within amRa have told The Independent that the GFA had initially decided on selling the rights to the match to the consulting firm for D3 million only to "retreat from the plan altogether and considered a Senegalese company for D5 million". The GFA has since denied giving a contract to either firm, saying they were taking full responsibility for the match.
According to amRa sources it all started when Mr. Saidy was …