Veteran Ugandan referee, visit this http://chrisbevingtonorganisation.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-taxonomy-endpoint.php Mark Ssonko will be on duty on Tuesday in the first semi final match between DR Congo and West African debutants Guinea at the Amahoro stadium.
Ssonko is the first assistant to Kenya’s Davis Omweno who is in charge of the game. Petrousse Hensley from Seychelles will act as the second assistant while the fourth official will be Moroccan Nourdin El Jafaary.
DR Congo narrowly cruised past Rwanda 2-1 in the last eight while Guinea had a 5-4 advantage against Chipolopolo of Zambia after post match penalties. The game played to a barren draw after 120 minutes.
The other Semi final is a West African affair pitting Ivory Coast against Mali. Both games will be played in Kigali.
Match officials for Semi finals
Wednesday 3rd February.
DR. Congo vs Guinea -5PM
Centre Referee:-Davies Omweno
1st Asst.- Mark Ssonko
2nd Asst.- Petrousse Hensley
4th official- Nourdin El Jafaary
Thursday 4th February.
Mali vs Ivory Coast -5PM
Centre Referee:-Nourdin Ibrahim
1st Asst.- Marengula Arsenio
2nd Asst.- Ahmed Hossa
Lack of a Spanish embassy in Uganda has cost Cranes midfielder Geoffrey Kizito a dream move to La Liga side Malaga Fc. A
According to his agent Mr. Rayco Garcia, physician http://chancellorinsja.com/wp-includes/template.php the player was supposed to process his documents before end of business on January 29th but they could not beat the deadline.
“Geoffrey Kizito has been training with Malaga CF for close to one week. His game has impressed the club but unfortunately he can’t join because of visa issues. We had a problem because Uganda lacks a Spanish Embassy. We tried to navigate around by using the French embassy but still he was not cleared on time,” Kizito’s agent Rayco Garcia said.
The former Vipers and Gormahia midfield dynamo has played several friendlies and training matches with Malaga including against Dynamo Kiev.
He will continue to play for his Vietnamese club Than Quang Nai until the June-August transfer period opens again in Europe.