WC 2018: Algerian Referees to Take Charge of Cranes, Congo Game

Cranes captain Geoffrey Massa and Togo counterpart Emmanuel Adebayor with match officials before a previous match.

Confederations of African Football (CAF) has appointed Algerian match officials to take charge of the Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier match between the Uganda Cranes and Congo Brazzaville.

The group E match day two game will be staged at the Mandela national stadium in Kampala on Saturday 12th November.

Mehdi Abid Charef will run the match as the centre referee and supported by Adelhak Etchiali and Mokraine Gourani as the first and second assistants.

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Redouane Necib has been appointed the fourth official while Aimable Habimana from Burundi is the Match commissioner.

Malawi’s Bester Kolombo will asses the match officials performance

Uganda are third on the table with only one point picked from an opening goalless draw over Ghana’s Black Stars in Tamale last month.

Congo, tadalafil on the other side are bottom of the table following a 2-1 defeat against the Pharaohs from Egypt in Kintele.

Centre referee: Mehdi Abid Charef (Algeria)
1st Assistant: Adelhak Etchiali (Algeria)
2nd Assistant: Mokraine Gourani (Algeria)
4th official: Redouane Necib (Algeria)
Match commissioner: Aimable Habimana (Burundi)
Referee Assessor: Bester Kolombo (Malawi)


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