Senegalese referee N'Diaye Maguette who officiated the match between The Black stars of Ghana and Bafana Bafana in a 2022 FIFA Qatar world cup qualifier match, has been punished by the world governing body and CAF due to his favoritism in the important encounter as reported on www.kingfut.com.
Former South African top professional referee Ace Ngcobo proved that He( Senegalese referee)was biased in his decision-making in that game as 90,2% of his decisions went against Bafana Bafana as reported on www.goal.com.
He has now been excluded from the upcoming 2022 FIFA world cup qualifiers play-offs which are set to begin next year March 2022.
We are still patiently waiting for the final verdict of the SAFA and CAF case from FIFA , as new investigations have gave them a different angle to follow led on.
So now it remains to be seen on what their final decision will be.
South African fans should pray hard for positive outcome.
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