The global governing has a sitting scheduled for today and is expected to make a judgement. SAFA filed a criticism about the way their match against Ghana became dealt with by means of Senegalese referee Ndiaye Maguette on the Cape Coast Stadium who surpassed the Black Stars a arguable penalty which in the long run made the difference.
- On Ghana Official who allegedly visited Senegal SAFA President took another jab at Ghana Football Association. He was responding to GFA claims that they were late to submit their complain, which meant that their complain could be invalid according to GFA claims. Jordan said SAFA knows exactly what they are doing.
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) appears to have moved on from the penalty shootout that terminated Bafana Bafana's chances of qualifying for the FIFA World Cup in 2022. According to reports, the South African Football Association (SAFA) is still waiting for a response to their complaint over Senegalese match official Maguette Ndiaye, which was filed last month.
The referee who gave Ghana a penalty has started suffering the consequences, with new evidence found
According to KickOff.com, Senegalese ref N'Diaye Maguette is as of now feeling the consequences of his questionable penalty grant during the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier among Ghana and South Africa. According to KickOff.com, Maguette was questionable in his dealing with and ensuing granting of the penalty that gave the Black Stars the choosing goal which got their section into the end of the season games round.
The South African Football Association has been anxiously waiting align with millions of South Africans for a response from FIFA. This comes after a formal complaint was laid following the FIFA world cup Qatar 2022 qualifier match between Bafana Bafana and Ghana. There were serious accusations of the referee manipulating the result of the game which can spell trouble for those who will be found guilty.
Background Bafana-Bafana saw their hopes for playing in the World Cup finals crumble after they lost 1-0 against Ghana on the 14th of November at the courtesy of a malicious penalty which was converted by Andre Ayew. Bafana-Bafana then launched a complaint against The referee who awarded Ghana, demanding him to be punished and the game to be replayed, however it seems like none of that it's happening and coach Hugo Broos is losing patience.
Picture Credit: GHANAsoccernet Maguette was questionable in his dealing with and ensuing granting of the punishment that gave the Black Stars the choosing objective which got their section into the end of the season games round. The not insignificant rundown of questionable choices from that match then, at that point, brought about SAFA dwelling a grievance with FIFA squeezing for a replay of the match on grounds that it had been controlled.
Hugo Broos, the head coach of Bafana Bafana, has revealed his shocking decision on SAFA's request for a rematch against Ghana. SAFA has filed a formal complaint against referee Maguette N'Diaye for allegedly rigging the match against Bafana Bafana during their important World Cup qualifier against Ghana.
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After SAFA and Bafana Bafana filed an appeal against him for possible match-fixing, Senegalese referee N'Diaye Maguette was sanctioned. Maguette has finally been sanctioned for his terrible and ostensibly biased officiating during the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier between South Africa and Ghana. He won't be in charge of a single African World Cup play-off game.
Consistent with KickOff.Com, Senegalese ref N'Diaye Maguette is as of now feeling the consequences of his questionable penalty grant at some stage in the 2022 FIFA international Cup qualifier among Ghana and South Africa. In line with KickOff.Com, Maguette become questionable in his coping with and ensuing granting of the penalty that gave the Black Stars the selecting aim which were given their phase into the quit of the season video games spherical.
If the South African football fans these past weeks have been hard for you. South Africa was having insurance to go into Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 but tragically striked. People we're suspecting match-fixing against Ghana and that music been on social media app ever into that game where bafana bafana lost to Ghana 1-0 buy a peanuts need more eyes to be looked.
Concerns are growing that the prospects of SAFA gaining a favorable ruling on their lawsuit are dwindling the longer FIFA takes to make a decision. After Bafana Bafana's contentious 1-0 Group G loss to Ghana, SAFA filed an official protest against Senegalese referee N'Diaye Maguette for alleged match tampering.
It is reported on www.kickoff.com that new evidence has through that one of the Ghana Football Association officials has paid a visit to Senegal before the The black stars of Ghana match versus Bafana Bafana days before the 2022 FIFA world cup qualifiers match. So officials at FIFA have now found a new led to the case that they have to investigate to get to the bottom of the allegations made by the South African Football Association, news about when the verdict will be made has not been revealed yet but it might be soon after they have done their much needed investigations.
Danny Jordaan, president of the South African Football Association (SAFA), has pressed FIFA's disciplinary committee to take action over Senegalese referee Maguette Ndiaye's uneven match officiating. After awarding a dubious penalty and appearing to favor Ghana in most on-field decisions, SA's primary football authority has challenged Ndiaye's handling of Bafana Bafana's critical World Cup qualifier against Ghana earlier this month.
Has SAFA failed to win the protest?: South Africa may have lost the protest as they have no feedback
South Africa has been waiting for the feedback from FIFA officials as they were hoping to get a rematch with Ghana but their case seems to be avoided. The Fifa disciplinary committee convened in Zurich, Switzerland, some days ago to settle on Bafana Bafana's World Cup qualifying fate for 2022, and SA Football Association (Safa) president Danny Jordaan is furious that the world football governing body keeps ignoring the country.
South African Football Association president Dr. Danny Jordaan has expressed his sadness with FIFA over their silence concerning the protest in opposition to the Ghana-Bafana Bafana in shape. SAFA lodged an authentic grievance after the in shape on 15 November and FIFA did indicated their Disciplinary Committee could investigate the case on 23 November.
SAFA president Dr. Danny Jordaan has expressed his unhappiness with FIFA over their silence regarding the protest against the Ghana-Bafana Bafana match. Safa management working hard tho,but i know our cows will embarrass us again even if we get a rematch...they will make us laughing stock nje...i don't know whether should we get rematch or not;coz u know our fat blue Bulls cows
The fit to qualify for subsequent 12 months FIFA international cup has introduced some problems to CAF and FIFA after some suspicious misconduct by using officers which led to South African football association (SAFA) drafting attraction latters to Federation international soccer association and CAF. South African country wide group is accusing that the officials in their game and Ghana have been working in favour of Ghana and they assume that there were some misconduct.
Senegalese official N'Diaye Maguette is now feeling the outcomes of his questionable punishment grant during the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier among Ghana and South Africa. Maguette was questionable in his dealing with and ensuing granting of the punishment that gave the Black Stars the choosing objective which got their section into the end of the season games round.