By Charles Embola
Football writer kick442.com Cameroon
CAF (confederation of African Football) have selected referees from the Democratic republic of Congo to take charge of Dreaded semis finals clash between host Country Cameroon and Atlas lions of Morocco.
Referee: Jean Jacques Ndala (DRC)
Assistant 1: Oliver Safari (DRC)
Assistant 2: Issa Yaya (Chad)
Assistant 3: Peter Waweru (Kenya)
VAR: Janny Sikazwe (Zambia)
VAR assistant 1: Dahan Beida (Mauritania)
VAR assistant 2: Jerson Emilio Dosantos (Angola)
Cameroonian medics were indexed by the oust DRC team that took part in the CHAN for favoring host country through COVID-19 test in the build up to their quarter final clash which saw them eliminated by the indomitable lions at the Jopoma stadium on Sunday 31st of January 2021. initial results had shown 13 DRC players and staff had test positive for Covid-19 before a counter expertise results vindicated them 24 hours to the game.
Moroccans on their part refused to depart their hotel in Douala under controversial circumstances, and pundits say it is because of the issues that plagued the build up to Cameroon vs DR Congo.
The Moroccan national side is expected to drive close to 200km by road to limbe(sea site city)ahead of this evenings (8:00pm CAT) make or brake clash with host country.
The indomitable lions on their part have had an unperturbed rehearsal in view of picking up one of two tickets to the 2021 CHAN finals.
Residents in Limbe say they will propel Cameroon to victory by acting as the 12th person in the stadium.
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