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The team manager of Royal Stars FC has told Sierra Express Media Sports that he, other officials, and old players of the club, will today Saturday 22nd September 2012 have a reunion and revival meeting at the Aberdeen playing field at 4:00pm.
According to T.M-Ishmael Bah, he said the club was a household club in the 90’s in the Western Area that has produced the likes of Kondos, J-6, Aluspa, Papa Jalloh, Cheese man, Monkey, Pa. Kabba and Barrel who is currently playing in the German Bundesliga with Ausburg.
“The club which is based in Aberdeen has not been existing for the past ten years because of bad administration by selfish officials but I’ve communicated to officials and players of the club to reunite as Royal Stars FC was a great club,” T.M Ishmael said. He thank Abdulai Rogers one of the players popularly known as “monkey” based in Holland have assisted them with football items and appeals to others to do the same.
“We’ll have a friendly match on Saturday amongst ourselves and later discuss how to revive the club again,” he said.
T.M-Ishmael Bah said all are invited to the Aberdeen field to witness the occasion pf the ceremony.
He is a well known football manager in the western area who has help promote several players who are based in Europe, while others are playing in the Premier and 1st Division leagues in the country.
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