CHAN 2022: Libya’s Mutaz Ibrahim appointed to handle Ghana vs Madagascar clash

Referee Mutaz Ibrahim has been appointed to officiate Ghana’s opening games at the 2022 Championship of African Nations (CHAN) on Sunday, January 15.

The Black Galaxies will be facing Madagascar at Mohamed Hamlaoui Stadium in Constantine with kick-off scheduled at 19:00GMT.

Centre referee Mutaz from Libya has been a Fifa international since 2019.

He will have Gambian Abdul Aziz Bollel JAWO and Modibo SAMAKE from Mali as Assistant referees 1 and 2.

The Fourth Official will be Egyptian Mohamed ADEL ELSAID HUSSIEN while experienced referee Bamlak TESSEMA WEYESA leads VAR duties.

Full appointment:

Referee: Mutaz A IBRAHIM (Libya)

Assistant Referee 1: Abdul Aziz Bollel JAWO (Gambia)

Assistant Referee 2: Modibo SAMAKE (Mali)

Fourth Official: Mohamed ADEL ELSAID HUSSIEN (Egypt)

Match Commissioner: Pedro Alogo Ondo Abeku (Equatorial Guinea)

Referee Assessor: Raphael Evehe Divine (Cameroon)

General Coordinator: Helly Zafinimanga (Madagascar)

Technical Study Group: Chafik Ameur (Algeria)

Technical Study Group: Raymond Kalla (Cameroon)

Security Officer: Almoustapha Mamane Idi (Niger)

Security Officer: Mahmoud Taher (Egypt)

Video Assistant Referee: Bamlak TESSEMA WEYESA (Ethiopia)

Assistant VAR: Mohammed Abdallah IBRAHIM (Sudan)

Doping Control: Yasser Hosny Ahmed Abdelrahman (Egypt)

Assistant General Coordinator: Eric Otogo Castane (Gabon)

Source: Modern Ghana