The Moroccan Redouane Jayed Selected to Referee at the World Cup

The International Football Federation has selected eight (8) referees on the African continent to attend a training course to prepare them for the 22nd edition of the World Cup to be held in Qatar in 2022. Among the African referees selected, one name draws particular attention: that of the Moroccan Redouane Jayed.

The preparation course for referees who are candidates to officiate during the 2022 World Cup will take place from 9 to 13 March 2020 in Doha, the capital of Qatar, said a source of CAF (Confederation of African Football) on Thursday, January 23.

Apart from Redouane Jayed of Morocco, referees Mustapha Gharbal of Algeria, Bakary Gassama of Gambia, Amin Amr of Egypt, Victor Gomes of South Africa, Ndiaye of Senegal, Ndala of Congo and Tessema Bamlak of Ethiopia have also been included on the list of the International Football Federation.

The 2022 World Cup, which will take place from 21 November to 18 December in Qatar, will mark the 22nd edition of this global sporting competition. It should be noted that initially four other countries were were interested in hosting the 22nd edition of the World Cup. These included Japan, South Korea, Australia and the United States.

The World Cup is a major sporting festival in which the best national teams from each continent compete against each other. The qualifiers are currently taking place for the enjoyment of football fans.

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