The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has confirmed the officials to take charge of the URA FC return leg against Egyptian side Al Masry in the CAF Confederation Cup second preliminary round.

The game is slated for Saturday, 23rd October at the Alexandria Stadium, Egypt (17:00 GMT | 20:00 EAT) and Eritrean Tsegay Mogos Mogos Teklu has been appointed as the centre referee.

Tsegay will officiate the game with the assistance of his Eritrean compatriots Eyobel Michael and Youannes Tewelde Ghebreslase on either flank.

Yonas Zekarias Ghebre, also from Eritrea has been confirmed as the fourth official for the game.

Sudanese Amir Osman Mohammed Hamid has been appointed as the commissioner while Mohamed Sultan from Egypt is the Covid-19 officer.

After completion of this two-legged affair, the ultimate winner over both legs will progress to the last qualification round, where teams ejected from the Champions League will also join in.

The Tax Collectors have high qualification hopes as they travel to Egypt seeking for any win, or any draw with goals to progress to the next and last round of qualification, having avoided a loss and kept a clean sheet at home in the first leg game played last week at the St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende.

John Bugembe
October 20, 2021