Daniel Laryea selected among referees for FIFA U17 World Cup in Indonesia

Daniel Laryea selected among referees for FIFA U17 World Cup in Indonesia

Ghanaian referee Daniel Laryea has been named among the referees for the forthcoming FIFA U17 World Cup tournament in Indonesia.

Laryea is the only Ghanaian referee among the eleven African match officials for the tournament which will be held in the Southeast Asia.

The 34-year old, who boast of enough experience, having officiated some high-profile matches in the AFCON qualifiers, CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup, will be part of the eighteen Video Assistant Referees for the tournament.

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Even though Ghana failed to secure a qualification to the tournament slated for November 10 to December 2, 2023, Daniel Laryea is expected to make the West African country proud at the VAR room.

Meanwhile, Africa will be represented by the U17 champions Senegal, Burkina Faso, Mali, and Morocco.

They will join 20 other nations: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Ecuador, England, France, Germany, Indonesia, IR Iran, Japan, and Korea Republic, as well as Mexico, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Panama, Poland, Spain, USA, Uzbekistan, and Venezuela.

Below is list of officiating officials for the tournament;

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