The AFC has chosen international referee Omar Al Ali to manage the match between Japan and Mongolia, which will be held the day after tomorrow at the Fukuda Denchi stadium, in Chiba, Japan, as part of the Group Six matches of the joint qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup finals and the 2023 AFC Asian Cup finals. In press statements, the arbitration team will also include Jassim Abdullah, first assistant, and Sabbat Ubaid, second assistant.
The (Asian) appointed Ahmed Yaqoub, the technical officer of the evaluators and lecturers at the Referees Department of the Football Association, a resident of the refereeing team for Tajikistan’s match with Mongolia, which took place the day before yesterday in the Tajik capital, Dushanbe, in Group Six.
On the other hand, the international referee, Sultan Muhammad Saleh, will leave tomorrow for the Bahraini capital, Manama, to manage the friendly Bahrain and Jordan, which will play next Tuesday.
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