Algerian Gherbal referees the opening match of the African Nations Cup

Algeria: The Arbitration Committee of the Confederation of African Football (C) has chosen the Algerian referee Mostafa Gharbal to manage the match between Cameroon and Burkina Faso, in Sunday program, in opening of the 2021 Africa Cup postponed to the beginning of 2022. Ghorbal assists his compatriot Abdelhak Ichali as first referee assistant and Mokrane Gourari as second referee assistant, the Algerian Football Association revealed on its official website on Friday evening. 📌 The Confederation of African Football appoints an Algerian referee trio to lead the opening match of the African Nations Cup – Cameroon 2021 🇨🇲, between Cameroon and Burkina Faso. #TotalEnergiesAFCON pic.twitter.com / lDTkxbuPWF – FAF-Fédération Algérienne de Football (@LesVerts) January 7, 2022 The same source stated that the CAF has chosen Egypt’s Mahmoud Al-Banna as its fourth referee. John Medar Koussa from Congo will be an observer of the match. The Moroccan, Adel Zorak, was tasked with managing the referee video assistant technology, with the help of his compatriot, Zakaria Princi. (Dpa)

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