Accra-based FIFA referee, Daniel Laryea, has been given the nod by the Referees Committee of the Ghana Football Association to handle the Ashantigold and Nzema Kotoko final of the Normalisation Committee Tier 2 Special Competition at the Cape Coast Stadium on Sunday, June 30.
Referee Laryea, who missed the AFCON 2019 boat at the eleventh hour, will console himself with Sunday’s assignment in the interim as he aims at the future prospects.
As the nation’s leading referee currently, Laryea has already been earmarked by FIFA for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
The 32-year-old young man made history in the 2013/2014 as the youngest referee to officiate in the Premier League at age 24.
His first and second assistants are FIFA referee, Paul Atimaka, from Aflao and Accra-based Class One referee, F.D. Ocansey.
The fourth referee will be Class One referee, Bashiru Dauda, from Sunyani.