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Ghana Hit Back at CAF President Patrice Motsepe after SAFA Complaint| The Start of Threats?


South Africa is still fighting to get it's voice heard in the Ghana v.s Bafana Bafana game that was unfairly judged.There's still no telling which Country will actually come out on top in this dispute as SAFA & GFA are continuing to clash with one another.

After SAFA presented their application to FIFA, Kurt Okraku, President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), made an impact on CAF President Patrice Motsepe.

The governing body of football said on Wednesday that SAFA's grievance over South Africa's loss to Ghana will be brought before the Disciplinary Committee on November 23, 2021.

GFA reacted by issuing a statement in which it expressed its displeasure with SAFA and their protests in the aftermath of Sunday's catastrophe.

In the meantime, Okraku stated that, despite his ethnicity, he does not expect the CAF president to favor one side in the ongoing issue.

According to Myjoyoline, the Okraku Women's Supercup remarked, "I might want to let Jordaan know that he can't mentor the leader of the African Football Confederation [Patrice Motsepe] in this."

"Motsepe is the CAF's president, not the SAFA's president. He doesn't issue orders to SAFA - we chose Motsepe to speak to a truly fair African Football Federation that doesn't favor one side over the other."

"What's more, the Motsepe I know will never favor one side over the other, and I don't expect him to do so."

Motsepe is now being dragged in the dispute between Ghana & South Africa and still Ghana hasn't agreed to foul play and forcing FIFA to take matters into their own hands given the evidence provided by SAFA.

Whether South Africa will get it's Rematch again no one truly knows.What is your take on the matter?. Give your honest thoughts, views and opinions on the matter by commenting down below.

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