Paul Bassey has been appointed as match commissioner for Tuesday’s 2018 World Cup qualifying cracker between the Congo and Ethiopia in Brazzaville.
A member of the Nigerian Technical committee of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), Paul Bassey, has been designated by football’s world governing body, FIFA, as match commissioner for Tuesday’s 2018 World Cup qualifying cracker between the Red Devils of Congo and Walya Antelopes of Ethiopia in Brazzaville.
Bassey, who is also a CAF General Coordinator and instructor on Club Licensing, will work with Sudanese referees and Egyptian Abdul Hamid Radwan, who will be the referee assessor, The Eagle reports.
Congo edged the first leg played in Addis Ababa on Saturday 4-3, and the encounter at the Stade Alphonse Massamba-Debat on Tuesday is expected to be explosive. And FIFA has reposed confidence in the experienced Bassey.
El Fadil Mohamed Hussein will be referee, with countrymen Waleed Ahmed Ali, Mohammed Abdallah Ibrahim and Mutaz Abdelbasit Khairalla as assistant 1, assistant 2 and fourth official respectively.
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