CAN-2022 qualifying: A Malian trio for the Morocco-Central African meeting

It is a Malian arbitral trio which has been appointed by the African Football Confederation (CAF) to officiate the match to oppose, on November 13, Morocco to the Central African Republic on behalf of the 3rd day (group E) of the qualifiers. of the African Cup of Nations (CAN), Cameroon-2022.

According to a statement released by the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) on its website, the Malian referees for this match which will be played on the lawn of the Mohammed V Sports Complex in Casablanca (8 p.m.), are Boubou Traore, central referee, who will be assisted by Baba Yomboliba and Drissa Kamory Niare respectively first and second assistant referees.

In addition, the return match, Central African Republic-Morocco, which will be played 4 days later at (November 17 / 2:00 p.m.), for the 4th day of the qualifiers, will be led by an arbitration trio from the Maurices Islands: Ahmad Imtehaz Heeralall, referee central, who will be assisted by Ram Babajee and Jean Marc Jeff Pithia, respectively, first and second assistant referees.

As a reminder, group E also includes Burundi and Mauritania. After the first two days of the qualifiers, the Atlas Lions are leaders of this pool (4 pts, +3) followed by Mauritania (4 pts, +2). The Central African selection is third (3 pts, 0) ahead of Burundi, last in the standings (0 pt, -5).

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