2022 World Cup Qualifier: Cameroonian Referee Appointed For Ghana Clash With Ethiopia

Cameroonian official Ngwa Blaise Yuven has been selected to officiate in the month-long World Cup qualifier between Ethiopia and Ghana.

He will be assisted by fellow compatriots Noupue Nguegoue Elvis Guy (Assistant I), Menye Mpele Rodrigue (Assistant II) and Bito Jeannot Franck (Fourth referee). Abdi Soud from Tanzania will be the Referee Assessor. Guish Ghebremedine Tuccu from Eritrea works as the Match Commissioner.

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Hoebeb Joshua Andreas from Namibia will be the Security officer of the match, while Ngwenya Thulani Khangelani from South Africa serving as COVID-19 officer.

Ethiopia will play Ghana on the Orlando stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa on the 11th of November 2021.

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Ghana have expressed concerns over the game being held on the field in South Africa because the race to be the first in the group will be among Bafana Bafana as well as Black Stars.

Only one point is all that separates South Africa and Ghana in the group that heads into the two final games.

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If both teams be successful in their final matches, Cape Coast clash will determine which nation is eligible for the play-offs.

Source: Kingaziz.com

Source: Kingaziz.com