The long list of controversial decisions from that match then resulted in SAFA lodging a complaint with FIFA pressing for a replay of the match on grounds that it had been manipulated.
Young man next time you hear the name South Africa, just know the masters of corruptions are in the house, you better behave yourself you and your Ghana are too weak for SA.FIFA and CAF must ban Ghana for 3 years and let bafana bafana qualify for Qatar.
First phase is done now 2nd face, suspend Ghana for a certain period for their bribery and corruption then allow Bafana to participate in playoffs.Now that Mr ref is banned what is happening about the game between South Africa and Ghana.
Your job is on the line because of your stupid decisions and just so you know you won't work again if they find you guilty,I hope you are educated cos you gonna need that.VAR is the solution that will end these types of scenarios. CAF president Motsepe said VAR is coming to Africa soon.
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