During the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification between Ghana and South Africa, Bongokuhle Hlongwane of South Africa is challenged by Mubarak Wakaso of Ghana at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium in Cape Coast, Ghana. Bafana were not "robbed" and should accept their defeat and move on, according to a statement from the Ghanaian Football Association.
BREAKING The Ghanaian Football Association has hit back at the complaint made by SAFA in relation to the Black Stars' victory over Bafana Bafana. FIFA announced on Wednesday that SAFA's complaint will be taken to the Disciplinary Comittee on 23 November 2021. The GFA have now launched an attack on SAFA for spreading 'falsehoods' to the media after Sunday's World Cup qualifier.
Ghana Football Club captain Andrew Ayew celebrated a 'dubious' penalty scored against South Africa. As and when South Africans are awaiting the verdict from the Federation for International Football Association (FIFA), the Ghanaian Football Association has come out guns blazing in an explosive response to FIFA on Saturday, 20 November.
As we all know, Bafana Bafana saw their hopes of playing in the world Cup finals in Qatar next year crash after they were beaten 1-0 by Ghana courtesy of a malicious penalty which was converted by Andre Ayew. So the South African football association launched a complaint against The referee who awarded Ghana the penalty and they also demanded a replay.
The Ghanaian Football Association has released their letter to FIFA, in which they point out various flaws in the South African Football Association's objection and label it a "hoax," before requesting a massive fine. The South African Football Association (SAFA) has lodged a formal protest with FIFA following their 1-0 defeat to the Black Stars at Cape Coast Stadium on November 14.
Ghana Football Association have continued to la-shout at South African football Association (SAFA) and Bafana Bafana, this time Kurt Okraku Ghanaian Football Association President has given his opinion on a national radio station. This comes after the GFA released a statement earlier, in response to SAFA press conference that took place on Wednesday.
The Ghanaian Football Association president is not happy with the decision of the South African football Association (SAFA) for taking their chances to protest against the Senegal referee who officiated their deciding match. The man believes that the South African side was poor in terms of game play, he feels they did well through out the match and they were deserving the positive results in their side.