Senegalese referee appointed by CAF for Eagles vs. Palancas showdown

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The Confederation of African Football has designated Issa Sy, a Senegalese official, as the center referee for the quarter-final match between Nigeria and Angola in the Africa Cup of Nations, as reported by The PUNCH.

The clash between the Super Eagles and Palancas Negras will unfold in the 34th edition of AFCON at the Stade FΓ©lix HouphouΓ«t-Boigny in Abidjan today.

Familiar with the Angolan players, Sy previously officiated their Group D encounter with Algeria and the Group E game between South Africa and Tunisia.

His team includes assistants Djibril Camara, Nouha Bangoura, fourth official Abdel Aziz Bouh, and reserve assistant referee Modibo Samake.

Commissioner Ahmad Nazeer Hossen Bowud and referee assessor Ali Mohamed Ahmed complete the officiating lineup.

This rare clash between Nigeria and Angola at senior levels will determine a spot in the semi-finals, with the winner facing the victor of the Cape Verde versus South Africa clash at the Stade de la Paix in Bouake.

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