September 22, 2023

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has named Malian official Ousmane Diakate as referee for Wednesday’s clash between Nigeria and Morocco at the ongoing Under-17 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Constantine.

Queency Clodia Victoire from Mauritius will be the match’s Assistant Referee 1, while Cape Verde’s Djêry Gomes Lopes will be Assistant Referee 2.

Ben Amisy Tsimanohitsy from Madagascar will serve as the fourth official while Negash Teklit Negassi from Eritrea will be the Match Commissioner.

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Raphael Evehe Divine from Cameroon will be in the role of Referees Assessor and Gabonese Eric Otogo Castane will be the General Coordinator.

Sporting Tribune reports that at the 12-team tournament, the first two top-placed teams in each of the three groups will advance to the quarter-finals. They are to be joined by the best two third-placed teams.

The quarter-final matches will produce the four semi-finalists, who will also automatically qualify as Africa’s representatives at this year’s FIFA Under-17 World Cup finals.

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