The Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) has named the officials that will take charge of Nigeria’s crucial 2015 AFCON Group A qualifier against Congo in Pointe-Noire.
The African apex football governing body has appointed Egyptian referee, Ghead Zaglol Grisha, as the man to be at the centre when the Super Eagles meet the Red Devils on November 15.
Grisha will be assisted by fellow Egyptians, Tahssen Abo El Sadat Bedyer, who will be the assistant referee one. Ahmed Abou Elela is the second assistant referee while Mahmoud Ashor will serve as the reserve referee for the must-win game for the Eagles.
Cameroonian Aboubakar Alim Konate has been named as the match commissioner as Moroccan Naciri Abdelali will be security officer for the game.
CAF has also disclosed that the crucial game will start at 3.30pm Congo time, which will be 2.30pm in Nigeria.