SAFA CEO Tebogo Motlanthe confirmed that a formal grievance had been lodged right after the 1-zero loss to Black Stars on the Cape Coast Stadium on Sunday night. The soccer held a press conference on Wednesday and specified the grievance about the number of refereeing decisions by using Senegalese referee Maguette N'Diaye.
South African match against Ghana in FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifier as of late is football match that stunned the world. It was considered as match fixing for Ghana punishment that got attention of general society and Bafana wound up losing and one year from now FIFA World cup trusts vanish.
Now that FIFA has confirmed they've acquired the South African football Association's (SAFA) grievance with regards to Maguette Ndiaye's officiating in Sunday's sport against Ghana, the cat is firmly among the pigeons. While it changed into proper that Bafana Bafana didn't create enough goal-scoring possibilities to trouble Ghana, the thirty-first-minute penalty that Ndiaye gave to Ghana after Rushine de Reuck 'fouled' Daniel Amartey has reverberated across the continent.
SAFA CEO Tebogo Motlanthe confirmed that a formal complaint had been lodged right after the 1-0 loss to Black Stars at the Cape Coast Stadium on Sunday night. The football held a press conference on Wednesday and detailed the complaint about the number of refereeing decisions by Senegalese referee Maguette N'Diaye.