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U-20 Afcon: Aziz Bouh to referee Ghana vs Uganda final

Mauritanian Abdel Aziz Bouh will be taking charge of his second Ghana game at the 2021 U-20 Africa Cup of Nations after being appointed referee for the grand finale against Uganda.

The title decider – which will see the implementation of the VAR technology – kicks off at 20:00 GMT at Stade Olympique in Mauritania capital Nouakchott on Saturday, March 6.

Bouh handled the Black Satellites second group game with Morocco which ended 0-0 in Nouadhibou.

On Saturday, the 28-year-old – who became an international referee in 2019 – will be assisted on the lines by compatriot Hamedine Diba (Assistant Referee I) and Abbes Akram Zerhouni from Algeria (Assistant Referee II).

The Fourth Official is Cameroonian Ngwa Blaise Yuven while Chedad from Mauritania acts as Assistant Referee III/VAR.

Tunisia’s Wajdi Aouadi will serve as the Match Commissioner.

Other appointments are:

Jean Claude Birmushahu – Referee Assessor – Burundi

Kelly Athanasie Mukandanga – General Coordinator – Rwanda

Watson Edgar Nigel Suubi – Technical Study Group – Uganda

Dina Mohsen Medhat Hassan Radwan – Marketing Officer – Egypt

Lassana Camara – Media Officer – Mauritania

Ahmed Zakaria Enaam Mohamed Saber – Security Officer – Egypt

Cyrille Serges Dah – Doping Control – Côte d’Ivoire

Ernest Ntadissi – Koussangata – Assistant General Coordinator – Congo



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