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Four Ghanaian officials handed roles in upcoming WAFU U-20 qualifying tournament

Four Ghanaian Football Officials have been handed assignments in next month’s WAFU ‘B’ Under-20 Qualifying tournament.

The 2020 WAFU ‘B’ U-20 Qualifying tournament will be staged between November 14-29, 2020 in Togo.

The officials include GFA Deputy General Secretary, Alex Asante, who has been handed the role of a General Coordinator at the tournament.

Former GFA Technical Director, Francis Oti Akenteng, will also join the Technical Study Group.

Two Match Officials, Charles Benle Bulu (Referee) and Tijani Mohammed (Assistant Referee) are also set to officiate at the tournament.

They will however undergo Cooper Tests and courses on November 10 and 13.

A virtual draw for the WAFU U20 which was earlier scheduled for October 17-31, will now be held on October 20 in Abidjan.

The scenario for the draw is as follows: U-20, A1: Togo (Host Country), B1: Nigeria (3rd place in the last U20 AFCON).

U-17 A1: Benin (Host Country), B1: Nigeria (winner of the last zonal tournament).

For each draw, the other teams will be in a single pot. The first drawn will be A2, the 2nd drawn will be B2, The 3rd drawn will be A3 and the 4th drawn will be B3.

A final draw for the 7th team will be done to determine its A4 or B4 position.

Talksafrica.com

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