Benjamin Gbamy has returned to Barrack Young Controllers (BYC) after seasons away.
Speaking recently, Gbamy said despite the criticism back home, the Indian Seven A-side League is competitive and intensive, debunking a notion that it has no technical and financial benefits.
The gifted midfielder says he has no regret taking a time off in the Indian Seven A-side League and as well expressed delight over a common ground with BYC.
This is his first game in the 2019 FA Cup and the Liberia Football Association national league.He returned to the local league on Wednesday after falling apart with BYC in 2017.
He says is going to India was to get experience and see how the other leagues look there.
Gbemy explains that the game is a small-sided game, but it is very intensive.Gbamy has however expresses gratitude over the amicable solution of the conflict with his Club BYC.
“I am so happy that I was able to find a common ground with my team,” he says.