Gandour Prince Arbitration World
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Jamal Mahmoud Ahmed Al – Ghandour
* 12 June 1957
Chairman of the Main Referees Committee
Arbitration began in Egypt in 1980 and was 23 years old.
250 games in the Egyptian Premier League during 13 season.
He successfully managed the summit match: Al Ahli and Zamalek in 1996 and imposed a successful promises
30 matches in the Cup 3 final.
Participated in the African Nations Youth Championship in Nigeria in 1995 and managed three games, including the final.
Participated in the management of four African Nations Championships in which he managed 11 games, most notably the 2002 final in Mali, before the semi-finals twice in South Africa 1996 and Nigeria 2000 and the opening of the 1998 championship in Burkina Faso.
He has played more than 50 matches in African club championships, including five finals in 1994 in Kenya, 1997 in Tunisia, 2001 in South Africa, 2002 in Ghana and the 1999 African Super Cup in Ivory Coast.
At the level of Arab Championships he participated in the management of 14 Arab Championships during which he managed more than 45 games, including 6 finals.
At the FIFA level he participated in the Youth World Cup in Qatar in 1995 and managed three games.
The 1996 Atlanta Olympics ran four games, most notably the third and fourth central games between Brazil and Portugal
He was the referee of the 1998 World Cup three games, the most important of which are: quarter-final match between Brazil and Denmark
Confederations World Cup Korea 2001: Managed two games: opening and semi-finals between Brazil and France
2002 FIFA World Cup:
Three games, including the quarter-final between Korea and Spain
He has also judged the UEFA EURO 2000 in Belgium and the Netherlands. He ran two games
AFC Asian Cup UAE 1996
He managed three games, including a semi-final between Saudi Arabia and Iran
Great friendly matches for Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain with Esperance, Real Madrid and Roma with Al Ahly of Egypt.
He was also the referee of the final football between Iraq and Jordan in the Arab tournament in 1999 (Hussein session)