2020 Olympics qualifiers: FIFA appoints Malian, Ivorian officials for Nigeria vs Algeria ties
2020 Olympics qualifiers: FIFA appoints Malian, Ivorian officials for Nigeria vs Algeria ties
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2020 Olympics qualifiers: FIFA appoints Malian, Ivorian officials for Nigeria vs Algeria ties

The 2020 Olympics women’s football qualifying match between Nigeria and Algeria will be played in Blida on Wednesday, 28th August 2019 and FIFA has appointed officials from Mali to take charge of the tie.

The match will be played at the Stade Mustapha Tchaker in Blida (outside Algiers), with kick off scheduled for 7pm Algeria time (same time as in Nigeria), according to the Algeria Football Federation.

Teneba Bagayoko will be the referee, with her compatriots Mariam Coulibaly (assistant referee 1) and Djeneba Dembélé (assistant referee 2) also on duty. The fourth official will be Dorsaf Ganouati from Tunisia, while Mana Dzodope from Togo will serve as referee assessor and Oumou Kane from Mauritania will be the match commissioner.

For the return leg of the 2020 Olympics qualifier in Nigeria, which will be played at the Agege Stadium, Lagos on Tuesday, 3rd September 2019, starting from 4pm, FIFA has appointed Zomadre Kore from Cote d’Ivoire to be the referee.

Her compatriots Lou Ta (assistant referee 1), Denise Akoua (assistant referee 2) and Fatoumata Kra (fourth official) will join her on the assignment. Ghanaian Emmanuella Aglago will serve as referee assessor and Cameroonian Souadatou Kalkaba will be match commissioner.

 

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