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Bafana Bafana to Finally get Their Shot at the World Cup?|As FiFA Make Final Decision


Senegalese authority Maguette Ndiaye allowed the game ruling discipline to Ghana and made various decisions that SA say helped Ghana.

Senegalese authority Maguette Ndiaye conceded the game ruling discipline to Ghana and made various decisions that SA say helped Ghana.

SA's outing to the overall gem in Qatar one year from now went to a sensational end when Bafana were beaten 0-1 by Ghana in problematic conditions in a conversation ridden qualifier on November 14.

SAFA Suspected that the match may have been fixed and has mentioned FiFA to explore the direct from Senegalese ref Maguette Ndiaye, who conceded the game overwhelming discipline and besides made different other dangerous decisions that helped the West Africans.

Safa needs the game to be replayed at a fair scene and for move to be made against Ndiaye and his partners Samba Elhadji Malick (associate one), Camara Djibril (teammate two) and Gueye Daouda (fourth ref). Bafana's assumptions for continuing with the outing to Qatar depend upon the Fifa disciplinary leading group of trustees directing on the side of SA on Tuesday.

Safa President Tebogo Motlanthe said on Monday in on that they have acquainted a strong case with Fifa. Fifa had asked the Ghana Football Relationship to pass on any comments it considered appropriate to Safa's dispute close by any records it acknowledges are significant, by November 20.

"The Fifa disciplinary committee will enlighten us expecting they need us to cause oral depictions regardless the reports we to have submitted," Motlanthe said.

Safa sent records to the world directing body, and to the Confederation of African Football, including a report by past Fifa authority Andile "Master" Ncobo.

Ncobo said in the report 90.9% of some unacceptable decisions, of which there were an oddly serious degree, made by Ndiaye clashed with Bafana. He said this shows the game was "unlawfully controlled" and that, to the extent Fifa rules, the eventual outcome of a 1-0 accomplishment to Ghana should be made invalid and void.

The Ghanaians, on the other hand, have responded in a way that has left Safa confounded and surprised.

The people who review the apprehension of the days and hours before Fifa over the long haul revealed the victorious bid for the 2010 World Cup in Zurich, Switzerland, in 2004 will be exculpated for feeling a sensation of history rehashing the same thing as the beginning to Tuesday continues.

Whatever the aftereffect of Fifa's get-together on Tuesday and whether or not it benefits Bafana, Ndiaye can't be allowed to move away with practically no result. His exercises brought football into unpalatability and he should persevere through the aftermaths for his tendency and treachery. The accompanying relatively few hours will be charming.

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