Al Qadsia’s brilliant run of form continue to the eighth week of Kuwait League after they came home unscratched from a difficult away tie against fellow Kuwait AFC Cup participants Kazma SC of Gambia international defender Abdou Jammeh with a convincing 3-0 win.
The win helped all-conquering Al Qadsia to build a huge fourteen-point lead against Jammeh’s fourth-placed Kazma Sports Club. Abdou Jammeh and his Kazma met an Al Qadsia side who have been brilliant in front of the goal scoring 19 goals in eight matches and conceding none so far.
Musaed Nada opened the account for the leaders in the 16th minute and Omar Al Somah doubled the lead in the 50th minute. In-form striker Firas Al Khatib ensured the comfortable victory seven minutes from time.
Abdou Jammeh and his Kazma begin their 2012 AFC [Asian Football Confederation] Cup campaign on March 6 when they travel to Iraq to face Arbil FC, who took part in the 2008 AFC Champions League before reaching the quarter-finals of the AFC Cup the following year.
Abdou Jammeh, also known as Tea-Boy is a former Steve Biko defender who signed for Kazma last year in September and has since managed to pin himself a regular spot with the club.
Tea-Boy had stints in Tunisia, Russia and Belgium before moving to Kuwait. The defeat leaves them at fourth in the League standing and accumulating ten points in ten games.