Earlier this month, the South African Football Association's protest against Bafana Bafana's controversial defeat to Ghana in November was declared inadmissible by FIFA.
SAFA had lodged a complaint against match referee Maguette N'Diaye in which it was alleged that the Senegalese official had unduly influenced the result in the Ghanaian's favour.
The West African giants were incensed by comments made by SAFA president Danny Jordaan, which they claim were disparaging and damaged the reputation of their footballing association.
Let them Go take further Action we are not scared ,They cheated and expect SAFA to dance to their tune ,SAFA appeal that decision please.We should not entertain those clowns,in fact we must push ahead with our appeal,maybe FIFA will come to their senses and realize that their judgement on this matter was biased.
Safa must fight even if the knock out should be postponed so be it we were cheated this is what I hate about African football this fifa was supposed to do the right thing making an example of any country or club that cheats, Senegal was granted a replay for a dobious penalty against SA what is the difference in this case.
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