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Egyptian referees to handle Uganda Cranes vs Madagascar

AFCON 2015 Qualifier (2nd leg), second round

31st May 2014:

Uganda Vs Madagascar

At Namboole Stadium

4:00 P.M

Ticket Prices

Open Stands : 20, 000/=

VIP: 50, 000/=

VVIP: 120,000/=


Egyptian Officials in Charge

FIFA approved referees from Egypt have been handed the mantle to officiate the return leg between hosts, Uganda and the Indian Ocean island nation of Madagascar.
FIFA referee Mohamed Farouk Muhamoud is the center official.
The 44 year old referee, who doubles as a financial accountant of International Company of food industry in Egypt, will officiate the Cranes for the second time in two years.
The veteran referee officiated a game involving Uganda in a World Cup qualifier played in Free town against Liberia in early 2013.
Mohamoud is being assisted by Ahamed Abou Elela and Ahamed Saha Hasaneen as first and second assistants respectively while Mohamed Abud Elmenen Hanafy are the game’s 4th official.
Sudanese Osama Ataa Elman Hussein is the commissioner of match.
South African referees handled the 1st leg played over the weekend in Mahajanga province where Madagascar beat Uganda 2-1.
Cranes need a 1-0 win to progress to next round while the former needs a draw or better also to proceed.

Tickets go on sale this Friday 23rd May, 2014

The tickets selling Points:

Airtel Game Shops: Wampewo, Lugogo game and Shoprite Ben Kiwanuka

Shell – Capital Kamapla road

Malindi Kibuye, Bugolobi

Total – Bweyogerere, Kireka, City Centre, Nakivubo and Bwaise

Kobil – Ndeeba, Kasubi, Kawempe;

City Oil – Bombo Road, Martin Road, Namirembe Road, Kamwokya, Nakawa; Gapco Ben Kiwanuka Street

Hardware World Ntinda.

City Shoppers – Mukono.


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