The anticipated World Cup Qualifier clash between Sierra Leone and Egypt, the match officials have been announced, adding an extra layer of intrigue to the upcoming showdown.

The referee for this pivotal encounter is Ngambo Ndala Jean-Jacques from the Democratic Republic of Congo, known for his experience and impartial officiating.

Assisting Ndala on the field will be two D.R. Congo nationals, Nabina Sebutu Blaise and Ngila Bongele Guylain, as Assistant Referees 1 and 2, respectively. Malala Kabanga Yannick, also from the D.R. Congo, has been designated as the Fourth Official, ensuring the match’s adherence to the highest standards of fairness.

The role of Referee Assessor falls to Chukwujekwu Chukwudi Callistus from Nigeria, bringing a wealth of knowledge and expertise to evaluate the performance of the match officials objectively. Additionally, Konneh Sekou W. from Liberia will serve as the Match Commissioner, overseeing the coordination and execution of the event.

The Sierra Leone versus Egypt clash is scheduled to take place on Sunday, 19th November 2023, at the Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex in Liberia. Football enthusiasts around the world are eagerly anticipating the 4 pm kick-off time, as both teams vie for a coveted spot in the upcoming World Cup. With such a distinguished team of officials, the stage is set for a thrilling and closely watched contest that could have a significant impact on the tournament’s landscape.