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Safa fight an imbeciles task, claims GFA

The Ghana FA has proceeded with its pretentious way to deal with its debate with Safa bringing it a trick over last weeks World Cup qualifier for which the SA alliance is looking for a replay. 

In a letter to Fifa wherein the GFA reacts to charges postponed by Safa, the Ghanaians called for Safas grumbling to be excused out and out and said SA didnt follow the right techniques in housing the dissent. 

The GFA contended that Safa didn't conform to a few of Fifas rules with respect to their allure and portrayed Safas fight as an idiots task and a trick. 

Fifa declared last week that Safas dissent would be heard tomorrow, after SA authorities whined that Senegalese ref Maguette Ndiaye and his colleagues showed a reasonable example of predisposition in the last Group G World Cup qualifier match that Ghana won 1-0 through a questionable punishment. 

Safa needs the match replayed and has called for Fifa to research any dubious wagering action around the apparatus, which has overwhelmed features, yet the GFA has reacted in a scorching letter. 

The GFA highlighted Fifas rules saying an objection should be held up recorded as a hard copy to the match chief after the match. 

Safa obviously just grumbled 24 hours after the fact, and neglected to pay the imperative 1000 Swiss Francs fight charge. 

In aggregate, the indicated dissent of the SA Football Association is a trick and an endeavor to bring the brand of the World Cup into notoriety and disgrace, the GFA letter to Fifa peruses. 

It is our viewed as position that the implied fight needs merit and was organized without proof or grounds at all and serving just to make inconvenience the Ghana Football Association and to harm the great appearance of the World Cup and the Black Stars. 

We ask for the excusal of this indicated fight with a correctional fine and an immense expense.

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