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SAFA in Trouble? :See What Ghana is to do.

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Clearly in known that the protest that SAFA launched after bafana was defeated. They sidn't sit well with ghana. In that case it is not a big suprise to everyone that Ghana could take this issue far by now.

That is because tbey are also not wrong in this situation but the refeere was to be blamed. Yet it seemed like they were also wrong and the only person who was in control of the game was the referee.

Recently, the South African Football Association's dissent against Bafana's dubious loss to Ghana in November was proclaimed prohibited by FIFA.

SAFA had held up a grievance against match ref Maguette N'Diaye in which it was asserted that the Senegalese authority had unduly impacted the outcome in the Ghanaian's approval.

Following FIFA's choice, the subtleties of which are yet to be completely unveiled, the GFA give off an impression of being thinking about making a further move against SAFA.

The West African monsters were angered by remarks made by SAFA president Danny Jordaan, which they guarantee were decrying and harmed the standing of their footballing affiliation.

"The dissent which was recorded by South Africa had no grounds/reason to be taken seriously," GFA interchanges chief, Henry Asante Twum, told MyJoyOnline.

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"There were different subtleties that the disciplinary panel will deliver ideally. At the point when we get that full decision, that will illuminate us concerning the following game plan.

"Since beside the dissent, we felt that the name of the FA was battered and seriously swollen by the South Africans. The affronts and the censures and charges that were made against us, we felt were unwarranted and pointless."

In the mean time, SAFA have mentioned the composed purposes behind FIFA's choice to announce the dissent forbidden.

"We have gotten the choice without subtleties and we will demand FIFA for the reasons and think about our choices," SAFA CEO Tebogo Motlanthe said a week ago.


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