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Ghana FA president Kurt Okraku: Patrice Motsepe must not take sides, here is why

He can't take sides Ghana Football Association (GFA) president Kurt Okraku has sent a stern message to CAF president Patrice Motsepe after SAFA filed a complaint with FIFA.

The GFA responded by releasing a statement where they expressed their displeasure with SAFA and their protest after Sunday's defeat.Okraku, meanwhile, claims he does not expect the CAF president to take sides in the on-going matter despite his nationalty.

I want to tell Jordaan, that he cannot drag the president of the Confederation of African Football [Patrice Motsepe] into this," Okraku Women’s Super Cup launch.VAR neither verbally nor decide. It is no difference to the video pictures of the game.. The decision is taken from consensus impartiality.

this ghanians are barking the wrong tree , they must stop threatening ppl if I was Motsepe I would file another complain with FIFA they are now threatening us and is very serieous issue.This so called ghana is trying their best to distract this complaint we are having against them and they won't win at all.

Ghana is using intimidation there's something big that we don't know about this match Ghana and Senegal are from West Africa and all officials who officiated the game come from Senegal here we've been mocked and fooled and again FIFA won't do anything about it we are not respected here in South Africa.


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