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Rather Than Backing SAFA, Mzanzi Is Backing Hugo Broos. Who Will Come Out On Top In This Conflict?


Following the social media uproar about the poor officiating in the South African Premier League (PSL), many individuals have come out in support of Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos' strong comments. The British coach had to yell during a press conference because he was angry at the way things are done in the league.

He stated, in response to the flawed system "I was astounded to find that the chairman of the South African league is simultaneously the chairman of a league member club and vice-president of SAFA. Wow, that truly is extraordinary" SA good example of this.

A person who owns a team in the league has no business being associated with the chairman, it's evident. However, because of the flawed system, they are now able to take control of certain sections and use it to their advantage.

In reality, the ruling bodies should be made up of non-sponsoring individuals rather than money-driven company millionaires.

After Broos' message went viral, many fans felt compelled to weigh in. Here are a few examples of the feedback we've received: (screenshots).

"Hugo Broos is likely to be sacked shortly, as the PSL and SAFA dislike questioning coaches. They prefer puppets.

"Unlike Shakes, who was battling SAFA on behalf of his business, Hugo is here working for SAFA.

Hugo Broos, in my opinion, is one of the most daring foreign managers that have ever led Bafana Bafana in international competition. He has the guts to take on SAFA, expose their transgressions, and offer a solution. Afraid of being accused of speaking out against corrupt elements within the system, he spoke out against them instead.

If given enough time, I think he can help us reconstruct our football. Let me know what you think in the comments section, and don't forget to subscribe to my blog to stay up to date.

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