The Confederation of African Football has appointed officials from Sudan as referees for Wednesday’s Africa U23 Cup of Nations final qualifying fixture, first leg match between Nigeria and Guinea at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja.
Sabri Mohamed Fadul will be the referee with his compatriots Abdelgabar Mohamed Abdelgabar and Ahmed Subahi as assistant referee 1 and assistant referee 2 respectively, while Ring Akech Malong from South Sudan will work as fourth official.
Munkaila Nassam Adam from Ghana will be the match commissioner.
The encounter will kick off at 4pm, and offers the Olympic Eagles the opportunity to build an impressive lead ahead of the return leg scheduled for Morocco’s administrative capital, Rabat on Tuesday, 28th March.
CAF has appointed officials from the Democratic Republic of Congo for the second leg, which will hold at the Complexe Sportif Prince Heritier Moulay Al Hassan starting from 7pm Morocco time.
Yannick Malala Kabanga will be referee for the encounter, with his compatriots Guylain Ngila, Rambo Neushiye and Tanguy Lopembe Tangi in the roles of assistant referee 1, assistant referee 2 and fourth official respectively.
Mr. Boussairi Boujlel from Tunisia will be the match commissioner.Copyright © 2022 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.
Nff has started with their attitude again. How long will it take them to release Super Eagles list for a match taking place next week. Even our opponent Equatorial Guinea has released her own list. Nff president please release the list today. God bless Nigeria.
The NFF are supposed to have released the list by now. People thought the new administration will be different.
Watch out for Guinea, this team is not underestimated, we must stay focused and above all learn from our mistakes, as we have seen recently, Ghana eliminating us from qualifying for the World Cup, Gambia out the U20s. Seriousness, concentration, a match is never won in advance and above all modesty. Do not do like the young u20s that these bad coaches had made believe that they can crush everything in their path, these proud and idealess coaches, the rest we know. God bless our u23
We thought Gussau as the new nff president will be different in organization but I am yet to see any different from the last administration of Pinnick. This is Wednesday 15th of Match and for a match taking place next week 24th March 2023 the list not yet release leaves more to be desired. Do please release the list.