Sports News of Sunday, 20 April 2014
The Confederation of African Football has appointed four Ghanaian referees for the Confederations Cup play-off fixture between Horoya A.C and Tinisian side Étoile Sportive du Sahel in Guinea.
The match which comes off on Sunday will see Referee William Selorm Agbovi as the centre referee while David Laryea and Eric Nantiere would play assistant roles on the lines.
CAF also appointed Referee Hamidu Seidu Bomison as the fourth official for Sunday’s match which will have Dehoule Omer Kouamé of Ivory Coast as the Match Commissioner.
In a related development, CAF has also selected Ghana’s Alhaji Adam Munkaila as the Match Commissioner for the Confederations Cup play-off game between Ivory Coast’s Séwé Sport and Bayelsa United of Nigeria on Sunday.