The SA Football Association (Safa) has excused reports it is attempting to shackle official confident Ria Ledwaba from directing a free and fair political race. The affiliation said it was not endeavoring to blue pencil the previous Ria Stars proprietor who pulled out from going to the send off of her statement on Tuesday, after it was declared that she confronted suspension and removal assuming she kept on tending to the welcomed visitors.
More than a decade ago big teams used to buy high profile players for around R50 000 to R100 000. We have moved from that to buying a player for more than R10 million. It shows how quickly things have changed. Should a limit be introduced? Is it time for change as far as our rules are concern?
Kaizer Chiefs and PSL to push for their situation on Wednesday! Kaizer Chiefs and the PSL will clash before the South Africa African Football (SAFA) mediator and promoter Nassir Cassim SC. As per TimesLIVE, the assertion is set for Wednesday, 9 February where Chiefs will be relied upon to argue their case.
South African Football Association CEO Tebogo Motlanthe has affirmed that SAFA have composed a letter of grievance to CAF over Simba SC's 'juju' jokes at Orlando Stadium. Simba's players and a few individuals from the specialized group were shaping a cluster around the middle circle before smoke showed up from their middle.
On Wednesday, Kaizer Chiefs and the PSL will put forward their case! Before mediator and promoter Nassir Cassim SC of South African Football (SAFA), the PSL will square off against Kaizer Chiefs. As reported by TimesLIVE, Chiefs will present their case on Wednesday, February 9th.
Kaizer Chiefs and the PSL have been given three choices as their last hearing arrives at it's true shutting stages and an official choice. SAFA CEO GIVES KAIZER CHIEFS AND THE PSL THREE OPTIONS Amakhosi should settle on these promoters - Nassir Cassim, Hilton Epstein and William Mokhari.
The SA Football Association (Safa) has kept in touch with the Confederation of African Football (Caf) to gripe about Liberia's evident course of action to move their 2023 Afcon qualifiers home installations to Morocco. Liberia, Morocco, Bafana and Zimbabwe are in Gathering K of the qualifiers for the competition to be organized in Ivory Coast.
There are rules and regulation when it comes to compensation when a PSL club approach an outside academy for the services of a youngster. According to SAFA CEO Tebogo Motlanthe has confirmed that the football governing body will take a close look at the ongoing compensation SAGA between Sundowns and Pirates Legend Innocent Mayoyo.
SAFA CEO Tebogo Motlanthe has registered in a vital FIFA-funded course to better prepare him for football disputes. And recent events in South Africa have been replete with similar incidents! "With litigious football becoming the norm," Motlanthe told the Siya crew, "we need to improve our understanding in settling football conflicts quickly."
It shows up far-fetched the SA Football Association (Safa) will take their grumbling with regards to the directing of arbitrator Maguette N'Diaye in their November 1-0 World Cup qualifying rout to Ghana in Cape Coast any further. A letter Safa got from Fifa this week subtleties the thinking for the worldwide body's disciplinary panel (DC) dismissing the grievance over the dubious treatment of the match by N'Diaye.
Mamelodi Sundowns is preparing for their CAF Champions League opening match. They will be taking on Sudanese side Al Hilal on Friday. Mamelodi Sundowns will be looking to have a strong start considering the fact that they will be playing at home. Normally when a team plays in it's own country it plays in a home ground where the team is from.
The Head Soccer Association and Kaizer Bosses have been given three other options and should now pick an authority to assist the goal of their warmed conflict. SAFA President Tebogo Motlanthe affirmed this to the Siya team, saying that the two gatherings should pick among counsel Nassir Cassim, Hilton Epstein, and William Mokhari assuming what is happening is to be settled rapidly.
The PSL and Kaizer Bosses will go head to head before South Africa African Football (SAFA) mediator and legal advisor Nassir Cassim SC. The discretion is scheduled for Wednesday, February ninth, as indicated by TimesLIVE, and the Bosses will be relied upon to put forth their viewpoint.
As talks with two African opponents progress, Bafana Bafana might play as least THREE international friendly in March. Hugo Broos' side has already secured a high-profile match against world champions France on March 29 thanks to the South African Football Association's efforts (SAFA). Burkina Faso and Zambia, both bronze medalists at the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), could face Bafana Bafana before then.
The PSL and Kaizer Chiefs will face off in front of South Africa African Football (SAFA) arbitrator and lawyer Nassir Cassim SC. The arbitration is slated for Wednesday, February 9th, according to TimesLIVE, and the Chiefs will be expected to present their case. SAFA CEO Tebogo Motlanthe announced Cassim SC's appointment as arbitrator, with a deadline set for Tuesday.
Kaizer Chiefs and the Premier Soccer League have been furnished with three choices and should now pick a referee to quick track the result of their unpleasant question. This was affirmed by SAFA CEO Tebogo Motlanthe as he affirmed to the Siya team that the two gatherings should settle on advocates Nassir Cassim, Hilton Epstein and William Mokhari for there to be a rapid goal on the matter.
The Premier Soccer League and Kaizer Chiefs have been given three alternatives and must now choose an arbiter to expedite the resolution of their heated disagreement. SAFA CEO Tebogo Motlanthe confirmed this to the Siya crew, saying that the two parties must choose amongst counsel Nassir Cassim, Hilton Epstein, and William Mokhari if the situation is to be resolved quickly.
SAFA CEO Tebogo Motlanthe has affirmed further insights about Bafana's booked amicable against a top European side. It was affirmed by the affiliation last month that mentor Hugo Broos would lead the public group against France during the FIFA break in March. Bafana have not played a group from Europe since Norway in 2013, and it was the mentor's desire to see his bosses line-up an amicable of this greatness.
The SA Football Association (Safa) is unlikely to pursue their complaint regarding referee Maguette N'Diaye's officiating in their 1-0 World Cup qualifying loss to Ghana in Cape Coast in November. The reasons for Fifa's disciplinary committee (DC) rejecting the complaint over N'Diaye's controversial management of the match are detailed in a letter sent to Safa this week.According to Fifa's letter, Safa failed to pay the protest money within the 24-hour period.
On Friday, Mamelodi Sundowns will face Sudanese side Al-Hilal Omdurman at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg in their opening match of the Caf Champions League group stages. As part of their new venue compliance criteria, the Confederation of African Football (Caf) has barred most stadiums on the continent from holding continental club and international matches.