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Meet Quadri Adebimpe, Nigeria’s Youngest Referee To Officiate In Champions League

The youngest referee in the Nigeria Professional Football League, Quadri Ololade Adebimpe, has been appointed by CAF to officiate in the CAF continental club competitions.

Confederation of African Football (CAF) have appointed two Nigerian referees to officiate in the First Round, Second Leg matches of continental club competitions, Complete Sports reports.

Nigeria’s youngest referee Adebimpe set to officiate in Champions League

Nigeria’s youngest referee Adebimpe set to officiate in Champions League

Adebimpe will be assisted by Samuel Pwadutakam, Isah Usman and Abubakar Ago for the Champions League tie. He is from the Lagos Referees Association.

Also, Abdullahi Shuaibu from Katsina State Referees Association got a CAF Confederation Cup appointment.

He will oversee the second leg tie between Racing de Micomiseng of Equatorial Guinea and Etoile du Congo in Malabo on Sunday, February 19 at the Estadio De Nkoatoma in Bata, Equatorial Guinea..

Shuaibu will have Efosa Igudia, Tejiri Digbori and Benjamin Odey as assistant referees for the encounter.

Meanwhile, CAF has also picked former NFF President, Brigadier-General Dominic Oneya (rtd) and NFF General Secretary, Dr. Mohammed Sanusi as match commissioners for CAF club competition assignments.

While Oneya will serve as Match Commissioner for the CAF Champions League clash between FC Johansen of Sierra Leone and Fath Union Sport (FUS) of Morocco, taking place in Freetown on Saturday, February 18, Sanusi will be Match Commissioner for the CAF Confederation Cup first round, first leg match between Bechem United of Ghana and Mouloudia Club D’Alger of Algeria, scheduled for the Baba Yara Stadium, Kumasi on Sunday, February 12.

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