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FIFA reveals a date the ruling on SAFA protest

The soccer held a press conference on Wednesday and specified the grievance about the number of refereeing decisions by using Senegalese referee Maguette N'Diaye.

We talk over with the abovementioned depend, and in particular to the protest filed through the South African soccer affiliation on 15 November 2021 in reference to the in shape Ghana v. South Africa performed on 14 November 2021. Inside the context of the preliminary competition for the FIFA international Cup Qatar 2022™, African sector. The files pertaining to the prevailing protest are available.

The hope is that it will lead to a rematch between South Africa and Ghana after they felt Senegalese referee Maguette N’Diaye made a number of glaring mistakes in the qualifying.

More evidence was brought forward and Safa managed to send it to Fifa before the deadline,” an insider was quoted as saying.It was hoped that a decision would be reached this week, but as the delay goes on, it’s clear that this has not become.

It was a soft penalty but these things happen in football remember Thierry Henry's handball against Ireland so I don't think they will be a rematch.Soft penalty if charged then it's a penalty nothing will change I thought it was not a penalty.

For SAFA justice will be for the match, which they say was unlawfully manipulated to be replayed at a neutral venue with the Maguette being sanctioned along with the rest of the officiating team who also hails from West Africa.CAF should go ahead but on the Slot for Ghana it .


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