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Here Is Why FiFa Rejected Bafana's Request

Cape Town — South Africa's World Cup venture is authoritatively over after world administering body FIFA purportedly excused SAFA's grievance.

Worldwide regarded Ghanian transmission writer Juliet Bawuah tweeted that the justification for the excusal was on the grounds that the grievance "didn't meet the necessities under article 46 and 14 of the FIFA Disciplinary Code and Regulations of the Preliminary Competition of the FIFA World Cup 2022 individually."

Last month, South Africa were beaten in a pivotal World Cup qualifier by Ghana because of a questionable punishment after the Black Stars' Daniel Amartey went down in the crate after negligible contact from Rushine de Reuk.

In a question and answer session seven days after the game, Safa president Danny Jordaan implied that there may have been matchfixing associated with the match after they tracked down proof of wagering spikes during the game.

Ghana will presently progress to the last round of World Cup qualifiers — to be played somewhere in the range of 21 and 29 March next yeat — to figure out who will meet all requirements for the worldwide masterpiece in Qatar

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