Referee Mokhtar Amalou bio

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Born
1971-08-14
Intl. since
2007-01-01
Hometown
Algiers
Country
Algeria
Speaks
Arabic, French, English
Occupation
head of communication
Hobbies
reading, music, cinema
 
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Mokhtar Amalou (Algeria)

2012-07-07

Mokhtar Amalou (born 14 August 1971, Algiers) is an Algerian FIFA football referee. Married with two children, works as head of communication in Algiers. He started refereeing in 1992 and became a FIFA ref 15 years later

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Amalou was selected as a referee for African Championship u17 2011 qualifiers, CAF Confederation Cup 2010 and CAF Champions League 2010 + 2011 + 2012. He was selected to referree the LG final cup 2011 in Marrakech (Morocco vs Cameroon). He was also selected for CAF championship qualifiers 2012.

Honour
Mokhtar Amalou was one of the best referees during the season 2011/2012 in Algeria, therefore he was selected to referee the 2012 Algerian Cup Final, in presence of FIFA president Sepp Blatter

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