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Gabon’s Tungay Patrice Mebiame to officiate CAF Confederation Cup quarter final between Stade Malien and Dreams FC

Tungay Patrice Mebiame from Gabon has been appointed as the center referee for the TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup quarter-final 1st leg match.

The game will see Stade Malien from Mali take on Ghana’s Dreams FC.

Mebiame will be joined by a team of esteemed officials from across the continent. His compatriot, Marlaise Ditsoga, will serve as Assistant Referee I, while Abelmiro Dos Reis Monte Negro Sao Tome and Principe will assume the role of Assistant Referee II. Kalilou Traore from Cote D’Ivoire has been designated as the fourth official for the match.

Rene Williams Sere from Cote D’Ivoire will act as the match commissioner, with Ali Mulumba Tomusange from Uganda serving as referee assessor. Mohamed Jiddou from Mauritania will be the general coordinator for the game.

The security of the event will be overseen by Ingrid Gahimbare from Burundi. Pierre Ghislain Atcho from Gabon will take on the role of Video Assistant Referee (VAR), and Akhona Zennith Makalima from South Africa will serve as Assistant Video Assistant Referee.

The highly anticipated match will be held at Stade du 26 Mars in Bamako at 17:00 hrs on Sunday, March 26, 2024.

Source: footballghana.com

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