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Guinean Referee Younoussa To Officiate Super Eagles Vs Sierra Leone Rematch

Guinean Referee Younoussa To Officiate Super Eagles Vs Sierra Leone Rematch

Guinean referee Tawel Camara Younoussa will handle the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying fixture between Sierra Leone and Nigeria, reports.

Younoussa will be assisted by compatriots; Sidiki Sidibe (Assistant Referee 1), Abdoulaye Sylla (Assistant Referee 2) and Bangaly Konate (Fourth Official)‬


The match commissioner is Silvestre Cantusssan from Guinea Bissau.

Read Also: 2021 AFCON Qualifier: Super Eagles To Depart For Sierra Leone Today


Sierra Leone will host the Super Eagles at the Siaka Stevens Stadium , Freetown on Tuesday.

The Leone Stars forced the Super Eagles to a 4-4 draw in their matchday three emcounter last Friday at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium, Benin City.

Tuesday’s match will kick off at 4pm local time (5pm Nigeria time).

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  • Larry 2 years ago

    I’m not watching Super Eagles anymore, until Gernot Rorh is fired. I’ve seen enough.

    • @Larry….

      9ce decision…..

      Bye bye…..

      After all your watching the team does not make any difference….

      Definitely your not watching SE does no harm to the team….

      We have over 100milion SE supporter in the world….
      How i wish your fellow “progressive regressive” can join u and lessen the burden of wolf in sheep’s clothing….

      Who u hep???
      Who knows u self???

      Abegi….. Find ur square root jooooorrr

  • So if u don’t watch SE match any more nigeria would not exist again, or Dare would not be sport minister any more, or Pinnick would step down, or …. I don’t even understand this ur mentality self o!

    As in… Who are u self???

    Who u hep for 9JA as a whole???

    Baba shift make bicycle see road pass jaaaaarrrrreeeee….

  • The referee should ensure our players are protected. The major reason we lost was because of the fear of tackles from our opponet. Osihmen injury had a psychological effect on the players hence promting them to be scared of the physicality our opponent brought up.

    • Aleks 2 years ago

      Definitely agree on this one. The psychological impact of Osihmens injury (the fear it casted on the other players) significantly led to the ‘choke’ suffered by the Eagles after that injury. Although the coach made his own mistakes that cannot be overemphasised, seeing Osihmen rolling on the ground in such agony, and watching him carried away in that ambulance was enough to strike fear in the players, making them think twice before going into a tackle or even take on the opponent, as everyone suddenly realised that one tackle can end their career. Referees must understand their role to protect players and safeguard their carriers at all times.