Lagos - Moroccan officials have will oversee proceedings
when Nigeria U17 girls take on their Namibian counterpart in a World Cup
qualifier on Saturday in Abuja.
Match officials from Morocco, led by Referee Lamyaa
Lourarhi, have arrived in Abuja. The team includes Karima Khadiri (assistant
referee 1), Zahra Jalal (assistant referee 2) and Bouchra Karboubi (reserve
They are accommodated at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel,
according to the Nigeria Football Federation.
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The match commissioner, Florence Marie Aimee Biagui from
Senegal, was also being expected in Abuja on Thursday afternoon.
Nigeria’s U-17 girls begin another World Cup qualification
journey on Saturday when they take on the Baby Gladiators of Namibia in a
second round, first leg match at the National Stadium Complex, Abuja.
The return leg has been scheduled to take place at the Sam
Nujoma Stadium, Windhoek on Friday, January 22.
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