U-17 WWCQ: Flamingos off to Bamako Thursday for Burkina Faso clash

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Nigeria’s U-17 side, Flamingos will depart the country for Bamako, Mali, on Thursday ahead of Saturday’s FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup qualifying fixture against Burkina Faso.

The third round tie was moved from Ouagadougou to Bamako due to the inability of the Burkina Faso Football Federation to provide a suitable venue for the game.

The encounter will hold at the Stade 26 March, Bamako, on Saturday.

The reverse fixture will hold at the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja, on Saturday, May 18.

Meanwhile, the Confederation of African Football, CAF, has made a change to the fourth official of Saturday’s match at the Stade 26 March in Bamako.

Originally, Joselyn Nsabimana was to be the fourth official alongside Burundi compatriots Suavis Iratunga, Fides Bangurambona and Alida Iradukunda, who will be referee, assistant 1 and assistant 2, respectively.

However, CAF has now appointed Teneba Bagayoko from Mali to be the fourth official.

Oumou Souleyman Kane from Mauritania and Aya Irene Ahoua from Cote d’Ivoire have been retained as commissioner and referee assessor, respectively....Continue The Full Reading.>’. 

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