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CAF hands life, 10-year bans to 22 referees from all football related activities

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) yesterday announced sanctions ranging from 10 years to life bans on 14 referees found wanting in the discharge of their duties.
Based on a disciplinary board meeting held on the 5th of august in Cairo, CAF said the sanctioned referees were among those name by media as being corrupted on CAF and FIFA matches.
Following the guilty verdict on the affected officials, Ghana’s David Laryea, an assistant referee was given a life ban from all CAF related football activities, while his compatriots, including referees Lathbridge Reginald, Nantierre Eric, among others, were handed 10 years ban from all CAF-related football activities.
Fourteen other referees were suspended provisionally pending the determination of their cases by the board and these referees are Bello Aboudou from Benin Republic, Baba Leno from Guinea and the others from different countries.
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