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Senegalese Referee To Handle Ghana-Egypt Game

The Federation of International Football Association (FIFA), has appointed Senegalese referee Died Malang of Senegal as the central as the middle man in the World Cup qualifier between the Black Stars of Ghana and the Pharoahs of Egypt.

The match scheduled for November 12 at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium Kumasi, would see Camara Djibrile and Samba El Hadji Malick all from Senegal as assistants one and two.

Gueye Daouda of Senegal would be the fourth referees Ahmed Ali Mohamed of Somalia, would the Referee’s Assessor, with Liberian Andy Quame as the Match Commissioner.

Egypt has already qualified for the competition and the outcome of the match would affect the standings on the table.

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