It seems that the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has already moved on from the penalty drama that ended Bafana Bafana's hopes of qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Reports advise that the South African Football Association (SAFA) continues to be anticipating a solution following their criticism concerning Senegalese suit professional Maguette Ndiaye closing month.
The South African frame accused the referee of manipulating the end result after his doubtful selection to award Ghana a penalty of their 1-zero win over Bafana of their very last organization recreation of the second-spherical qualifying phase.
SAFA's lodged criticism did now no longer pass down nicely with the GFA, who refuted the claims made via way of means of Danny Jordaan and Tebogo Motlanthe.
Here is wherein Ghana are many of the highest-ranked African countries following their win over SA:
In a current interview, however, the GFA's technical director, Bernhard Lippert (pictured above), seemed to expose that Ghana's cognizance has already shifted to the following spherical.
"The closing suit towards South Africa has given me a variety of hope," he informed Citi Sports.
"We all recognise we've proper players, however I most effective noticed the teamwork, togetherness and ardour withinside the closing recreation.
"If we are able to display that withinside the play-off recreation, I'm very positive we are able to compete with the opposite groups in Africa."
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