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The Algerian Federation announces the selection of Mostafa Ghorbal as referee for the African Super Match

The Algerian Football Association announced the selection of Mustafa Ghorbal, the international referee, to manage the African Super match between Al-Ahly of Egypt and Nahdet Berkane of Morocco on May 28th at Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium in the Qatari Al-Sadd Club.

The Algerian Union revealed that the African Union officially notified the Algerian government, along with Abdel-Khalek Cheiali, "first assistant," and Mogran Gourari, "second assistant," Jean Jacques, "fourth referee," from the Congo, and Abdel-Rahman Al-Jassem, as a verdict for "VAR" from Qatar.

Algerian Mustafa Ghorbal is considered the referee of the finals, as the referee managed the final of the last edition of the African Champions League between Al-Ahly and Zamalek in the final of the century, which ended with the crowning of Al-Ahmar after winning two goals against a goal.

Ghorbal is on a list of 8 referees to compete in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Mustafa Ghorbal was born in 1985 and is 35 years old, and began his career with arbitration in June 2011, and entered the international list 2014, and he is working as a dental technology technician.

And according to the rules of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), Al-Ahly will undergo a medical bubble starting from May 25 and undergo a medical examination 48 hours before the match. Al-Ahly will play the African Super match against the Moroccan Berkane renaissance as the champion of the CAF Champions League in its last edition, while the Moroccan club Nahdet Berkane will play. African super match as a champion of the African Confederation.