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Senegalese referees to handle Ghana-Guinea return Olympic qualifier

Senegalese Referee Fatoumata Sall Toure will officiate the Women’s Olympic Games football tournament qualifying match between the Ghana and Guinea on Tuesday, July 18, 2023.

Ghana won the 1st leg 3-0 in Conakry and head into the 2nd leg with that cushioning.

Referee Fatoumata will be assisted by compatriots Fatou Bintou Sene and Tabara Mbodji with Faye Mame Coumba serving as the Forth Official.

Ahoua Aya Irene from Cote DÍvoire is the Referee Assessor with Tall Zoungrana Sabine Marie Isabelle from Burkina Faso as the Match Commissioner.

The second leg encounter scheduled for the Accra Sports stadium will kick off at 4pm on Tuesday, July 18, 2023.

Credit: Ghana FA

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