The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has confirmed match officials that will handle the CAF Confederation Cup return leg duel between Uganda’s continental representatives KCCA FC and AS Kigali from Rwanda.
CAF has assigned Kenyan trio of Anthony Juma Ogwayo (center referee), Oliver Omondi Odhiambo (first assistant referee) and Tony Mudanyi Kidiya (second assistant referee) for the game.
Ethiopia’s Tewodros Mitiku will be the fourth official while Patrick John Sabe Liwanda Kapanga from Malawi has been appointed as the Match Commissioner.
Uganda’s James Ssekajugo has been appointed as the COVID-19 officer for the game scheduled for Wednesday 6th February at the St Mary’s Stadium – Kitende.
The first leg tie was not played because KCCA FC failed raise 15 players required for a game to kick off as per CAF competition rules. As a result AS Kigali was handed a 2-0 advantage by boardroom decision.
The winner on aggregate will qualify for the final qualification round before the group stages of the CAF Confederation Cup 2021 edition while the loser will bow out of the competition.
KCCA opted for a neutral St Mary’s Stadium as it’s home MTN Omondi stadium, was deemed unfit by CAF to host 2020/21 continental games.
The appointed officials
Center referee: Anthony Juma Ogwayo
First assistant referee: Oliver Omondi Odhiambo
Second Assistant referee: Tony Mudanyi Kidiya
Fourth official: Tewodros Mitiku
Match Commissioner: Patrick John Sabe Liwanda Kapanga