The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has decided to appoint Senegalese Malagetti Nadae as referee for the match between Zamalek and Moroccan Raja, scheduled to be held tomorrow, Wednesday, at Cairo Stadium, as part of the semi-final second leg of the CAF Champions League.
The Senegalese Nadaie is one of the young referees within the African continent who offer distinguished levels during the last period, and he is always present in the important tournaments organized by the African Union.
Neither Zamalek nor Raja had tasted a loss with Senegalese Magit Nday in the matches that he previously managed.
Nday managed two matches for Zamalek against each of Congolese Mazembe in the African Champions League and Nasr Hussein de Algeria in the Confederation, and the two games ended in a goalless draw.
Nada was present in two matches against Raja against Vita Club in the Confederation Championship in the 2017-2018 season, the first in the group stage ended in a goalless draw and the other in the first leg of the tournament final and ended with the victory of Raja 3-0.
In the same context, the journalist Khaled Al-Ghandour, the former star of Zamalek, objected to the refereeing team against Al-Abyad and Moroccan Raja in the semi-final second leg of the African Champions League.
Al-Ghandour wrote on his official Facebook page: “The Senegalese named Nday about the Sfaxien scandal and the Berkane renaissance, who hit Sfaxien’s defective player after the match, and Jibin Bakari Jasama for VAR technology.”
He continued: “I am from now on saying that the rulers are countries that come with a specific purpose and direction … And our Lord is great.”