Mohamed Kouradji is confirmed dead at the age of 68.
Mohamed was best known as a Algerian football referee.
Death was likely due to COVID-19.
Mohamed Kouradji
Born14 March 1952
Died9 July 2020(2020-07-09) (aged 68)
Constantine, Algeria
OccupationFootball Referee
Mohamed Kouradji (14 March 1952 – 9 July 2020) was an Algerian football referee.
Born in Constantine, Kouradji began refereeing in the 1980s. He refereed several international matches, including the qualifying for the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations, the 1994 FIFA World Cup, the 1998 FIFA World Cup, and a 1996 Africa Cup game in South Africa between Angola and Cameroon.
Kouradji refereed the 1995–96 Algerian Cup championship game between MC Oran and USM Bilda. He retired from refereeing in 1998 after a 20-year career. He then worked as an executive at SIMCO and a director with the Ligue inter-régions de football.
Mohamed Kouradji died on 9 July 2020 in his hometown of Constantine at the age of 68 due to COVID-19.
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