with the aid of Monica Iheakam
WORLD soccer ruling physique, FIFA, has named Egypt’s Ghead Grisha and Papa Gassama of Gambia as the referees in control of the first and 2d legs of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers between super Eagles of Nigeria and the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon.
in step with the Nigeria football Federation (NFF), Ghead Zaghloul Ibrahim Selim Grisha, had been unique to be on the centre for the enormous conflict between the reigning African champions and the three time African champions in Uyo on Friday,
1st September 2017, to be assisted with the aid of Moroccan Redouane Achik ( Assistant Referee 1), Waleed Ahmed Ali from Sudan (Assistant Referee 2) and Mahmoud Zakaria Mohamed from Egypt, ( Fourth official).
Former FIFA referee ,Felix Onias Tangawarima from Zimbabwe has been assigned as Referee Asses- sor, with Congolese Jean Médard Kossa as fit Commissioner.
The suit will begin at 5pm Nigeria time at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium.
For the return leg scheduled for the Stade Omnisports, Yaounde on Monday, 4th September 2017,
Papa Bakary Gassama could be on the centre, to be assisted by means of Jean Claude Birumushahu of Burundi, Assistant Referee 1), Aden Marwa range (Kenya, Assistant Referee 2) and Maudo Jallo from Gambia as fourth respectable.
Jerome Kelvyn Damon, a former FIFA referee from South Africa, will probably be Referee Assessor, while Sudanese Osama Ataael- manan Hassan will likely be in shape Commissioner. The match starts at 6pm Cameroon time.
In other appointments, FIFA had named Nigerian prime arbiter Ferdinand Anietie Udoh to take charge of the Matchday 4 conflict between South Africa and Cape Verde, happening at the Moses Mabhida Sta- dium in Durban on Tuesday, 5th September.
Udoh can be assisted by means of compatriot Abel Baba (Assistant Referee 1), Soulaimane Amaldine (Comoros, Assistant Referee 2) and Ali Mohamed Adelaid (Comoros, Fourth reputable).
On the identical day, Mr. Linus Mba, a former FIFA referee will serve as Referee Assessor for the Matchday four conflict between Congo’s crimson Devils and the Black Stars of Ghana in Brazzaville. Morocco’s Rédouane Jiyed stands out as the referee.