Ghanaian refereeing quartet will officiate in Nigeria’s return leg encounter against Cote d’Ivoire on Monday October 7 in the ongoing Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifiers.
Center referee Juliet Appiah, will be ably assisted by compatriots Darko Doris Essuman (Assistant 1), Chakule Alice (Assistant 2) and Appiah Joyce (fourth official) will handle proceedings at the Agege Stadium as the Super Falcons seek to book a spot in the next phase of the qualifiers against Cote d’Ivoire at 4.00pm Tomorrow.
Monday’s game between the two West African sides will be a repeat of the WAFU Cup which Nigeria edged their Ivorians in the finals.
Nigeria will fancy their chances of progressing to the next stage after securing a draw in Abidjan on Thursday
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