Cameroonian referee Allium Nyant is close to managing the final match of the African Confederation Cup, which brings together Pyramids and the Moroccan Berkane Renaissance.
According to the Moroccan “championship” website, the Cameroonian “is the closest, and to a large extent, to lead the final scene of the Confederation Cup.”
Niant managed the match between Zamalek and Moroccan Raja in the semi-final first leg of the Champions League, which ended with the White Knight winning 1-0 thanks to Achraf Bencharki’s goal.
Al-Raja club had lodged a protest against the refereeing performance of the Cameroonian referee. (See the details)
The Cameroonian did not play any games previously for Pyramids, but he managed 12 matches for Egyptian clubs in total in the African Championships.
Zamalek achieved 4 wins out of 7 matches, while Al-Ahly won two in 4 games, and Al-Ismaily lost his only match under his arbitration management.
With the Moroccan clubs, the 38-year-old referee managed 13 matches in the African Championships, and scored 6 wins, against 5 draws and 2 losses.
Pyramids had defeated Houria Conakry of Guinea 2-0 in the semi-finals, while RS Berkane overcame Hassanias hurdle Agadir 2-1.