Lagos - Chairman of the NFF Technical and Development
Committee, Chris Green has been appointed by CAF as match commissioner for the
2017 Africa Cup of Nations Day 3 qualifier between Ghana’s Black Stars and the
Mambas of Mozambique, scheduled for Accra on Thursday, March 24.
Green, a ranking member of the NFF Executive Committee, will
work with a Moroccan quartet of Bouchaib El Ahrach (referee), Redouane Achik
(assistant referee 1), Mouhib Abdallah Filali (assistant referee 2) and Samir
Guezzaz (reserve referee).
The Group H clash will start at the Accra Sports Stadium at
3.30pm Ghana time.
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Meanwhile, CAF has also named Nigerian officials to take
charge of proceedings of the Group B Day 4 qualifier between Central Africa
Republic and Madagascar, scheduled for Bangui on Monday, March 28.
Rising star Ferdinand Anietie Udoh will be at the centre,
with Abel Baba as assistant referee 1, Isah Usman as assistant referee 2 and
Abdullahi Shuaibu as reserve referee.
Gaspard Kayijuka from Rwanda will be match commissioner.For
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