Wednesday 24 March 2021
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has made a change to the referees’ team for the Kenya-Egypt match that will be held tomorrow, Thursday, within the framework of the fifth round of the African Nations Cup qualifiers.
According to a statement published by the Egyptian Football Association (EFA), Thandu Helps Ndzandzika will manage the match, with Zakeli Siwela and Athenkosi Ndongeni assisting him as assistants, and Tom Abongeli, the fourth referee.
South African Victor Gomez was scheduled to manage the match as a referee of the arena, but his infection with the Corona virus prevented him from being present at the match.
The Egyptian national team plays the meeting with eight points in its lead in Group G, equally with the Comoros Islands, while Kenya has three points, then Togo with one point.