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Twenty-one (21) Ghanaian officials were on Friday presented with FIFA badges by the Ghana Football Association.

The referees and assistants received their FIFA badges from GFA President, Kwesi Nyantakyi during a presentation ceremony in Accra.

Kwesi Nyantakyi demanded of the referees the need to ensure high standards, reminding them that their actions during the course of their duties could have impart on the game.

The list of referees who were presented with the FIFA badges.

Referee

William Agbovi
Seidu Bomison Jnr.
Cecil Fleischer
Samuel Gyasi
Joseph Lamptey
Reginald Lathbridge
Thomas Nunoo

Assistant Referee

David Agyin
Ashitey Amarh
Ibrahim Adams Badiu
David Laryea
Dawood Quedraogo
George Saijah
A.S. Malik

Women Referee

Delight Alorbu
Theresa Bremansu
Christine Ziga

Women Assistant Referee

Emmanuella Aglago
Augustina Fugah
Abigail Sowah
Beatrice Thaud

Source: Ghana FA

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