Accra, Ghana – Chancelle Cynthia Imane Ngakossa from Congo has been appointed as the referee for the return leg of the FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup (WWC) Qualifier between Ghana and Eswatini at the Accra Sports Stadium. This crucial match is part of the journey to the tournament scheduled for 2024 in Colombia.
According to Ghana News Agency, referee Ngakossa will be assisted by Ornella Clarette Clarette, also from Congo, and Loraine Bassala from the Central African Republic, with Agnes Ngoma Makaya serving as the fourth official. Ruth David from Nigeria will take on the role of the match commissioner. The Black Princesses of Ghana hold a significant lead, having won the first leg with a score of 6:1 in Eswatini. The upcoming match in Accra, scheduled for Sunday, November 19, 2023, is anticipated to be a defining moment for both teams as they vie for a place in the FIFA U-20 WWC.