Sierra Leone Officials Designated by CAF And FIFA as International Football takes Centre Stage

Sierra Leonean CAF and FIFA certified match officials have been designated by the continent and global governing bodies of the game as international football takes a centre stage across Africa in the upcoming FIFA window of the 13th to the 21st November 2023.

Excelling Match Commissioner Kasho J. Holland-Cole has been put in charge of superintending the Equatorial Guinea-Namibia clash whilst seasoned commissioner Prince Sa’Quee will be overseeing the Liberia-Equatorial Guinea match on the 15th and 20th November respectively in the FIFA World Cup 2026 – Preliminary Competition African Zone.

Alhaji Sanusie Rashid who is a regular designee in African football has been named as the Referee Assessor in the Guinea vs. Uganda match on the 17th November 2023 in BerKane, Morocco, in Match Day 1 of the FIFA World Cup 2026 African Qualification.

In another development, renowned FIFA badged female referees Humu Marah (Central), Precious A. E. Amara (AR1), and Fatmata Mansaray (AR2) were part of the quartet designated to officiate the FIFA U20 Women’s Qualifiers between DR Congo and Burundi today Saturday the 11th of November, 2023 in Kinshasa.