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2018 World Cup qualifier: South African ref. to officiate Uganda Ghana game

World football governing body FIFA has appointed referees for the 2018 World Cup Qualifier between Uganda and Ghana next month.

The crucial match which will decide the Black Stars qualification to the Mundial in Russia next year will be played at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole on October 7. On the same weekend, Egypt will play Congo-Brazzaville in Group E.

South African referee Bennett Daniel Frazer will be the centre man and will be deputized by Adelaide Eldrick Giles Mathieu and Marie Steve Jonathan, both from Seychelles.

Seychelles’ Fred Nelson Emile Louis will be the fourth official, while Evehe Divine Raphael from Cameroon will act as the referee assessor.

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Omar Abubaker Yusuf Mohamed from Kenya will be play the role of the commissioner.

Below are the officials:

Referee: Bennett Daniel Frazer (South Africa)

Assistant Referee 1: Adelaide Eldrick Giles Mathieu (Seychelles)

Assistant Referee 2: Marie Steve Jonathan (Seychelles)

Fourth Official: Fred Nelson Emile Louis (Seychelles)

Referee Assessor: Evehe Divine Raphael (Cameroon)

Commissioner: Omar Abubaker Yusuf Mohamed (Kenya)


Credit: Sportsworldghana

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