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Real suffers first leg defeat in Morocco

Head Coach Alagie SarrGambia Champions Real de Banjul fought bravely before succumbing to a first leg defeat in the qualifiers of the 2013 Orange CAF Champions League preliminary round against Moroccan side Fath Union Sport de Rabat.

FUS left it late to secure a 1-0 home victory over Champions Real de Banjul as the qualifiers kicked off on Friday.

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Real plays FUS de Rabat tonight

Real de Banjul at Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium

Real de Banjul Football Club will tonight play 2011/12 Moroccan Botola Pro runner-up Fath Union Sport de Rabat [FUS de Rabat] in the preliminary round of the 2013 CAF Champions League.

The team left Gambia on Wednesday morning for the first leg tie of the preliminary round schedule for Friday 15th at the 52,000 capacity Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat.

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Real continues winning streak

Real de BanjulChampions Real de Banjul continued its perfect start to the new season with yet another win over Gambia Armed Forces at the KG5 Mini-Stadium in Banjul on Saturday.

Coming into this game, the team had won both of its two opening games with 1-0 victories and they secured a similar scoreline win over Armed Forces. Real was the dominant side in the game as they controlled proceedings but failed to transform their dominance into goals.

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Real de Banjul leaves for Morocco tonight

Real de Banjul in Champions League tieReal de Banjul Football Club will today leave Gambia for Morocco ahead of the Club’s first leg preliminary match in the 17th edition of the CAF Champions League against Moroccan Botola Pro side FUS de Rabat, a game scheduled for Friday 15 February 2013.

The team will depart the Banjul International Airport tonight at 23:00 hours via Royal Air Maroc to the Rabat-Salé Airport in Rabat and speaking at a press briefing held on Monday at the Friendship Hostel of the Independence Stadium, the Club President, Willy Abraham, said the team began preparations a few months ago.

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Trawally strikes again as Real win

Baboucarr 'Steve' TrawallyReal de Banjul’s defence of the title received another boost at the weekend when the team secured its second straight win in week two of the league competition.

In a second successive game played at the KG5 Mini-Stadium in Banjul where they defeated Banjul Hawks 1-0 in week one, Real beat Steve Biko with a similar scoreline thanks to Baboucarr Trawally alias Steve’s strike.

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