Laryea handed Guinea Bissau, Namibia Afcon clash

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The Confederation of African Football (Caf), has appointed impressive young Ghanaian referee Daniel Laryea to officiate one of the opening 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying games in June.

The Fifa certified centre-man will take charge of affairs when Guinea Bissau host Namibia on Saturday, the 10th.

Laryea, who has handled one of the games at the ongoing Under-17 Afcon, has David Agyin and Paul Atimaka as assistants on the lines while the very experienced William Agbovi has been named the fourth official.

Latre-Kayi Edzona Lawson-Hogban from Togo has been appointed Match Commissioner.

The match will be played at the Estadio 24 de Setembro in the capital Bissau on 10 June.

In other related appointments, for Ghana FA veep, Fred Crentsil has been named the Match Commissioner for the Afcon game between Burkina Faso and Angola.

Also, the game between Nigeria and South Africa will have the retired Alex Kotey as referees’ assessor.

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