Ethiopian referee is reportedly selected as one of the African referees that are selected to officiate the World Cup game which will take place in Qatar.
FIFA has selected seven other African referees to officiate games this year.
Jean Jacques Ndala (RD Congo), Mustapha, Ghorbal (Algeria), Redouane Jiyed (Morocco), Papa Bakary Gassama (Gambia), Bamlak Tessema (Ethiopia), Victor Gomez (South Africa), Janny Sikazwe (Zambia), and Maguette N’diaye (Senegal) are the referees selected by FIFA, as reported by Sports Brief.
Bamlak Tessema had an excellent performance during this year’s edition of African Cup of Nations, which was hosted in Cameroon.
Under the existing FIFA arrangement, there are a total of 64 games during the World Cup tournament. Russia hosted the 2018 World Cup
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Can’t we find another photo of this over qualified referee from the old country? He is another extremely capable countryman who had made us all proud in his officiating one of the CAF matches that showed who we really are, who know how to bestow the proper justice. He had his mind when he made that historic decision but this photo does show him as if he does not have one. Thank you very much.