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It Is Now Official - SA Vows That Ghana Will Never Go Right Until They Apologise In Limpopo

Now that the group stages of the Total Energies Africa Cup Of Nations 2021 have come and gone, we have seen some shocking exits, the Exit of Ghana left many people shocked since they were expecting that they will be among those who were expected to go as far as the quarter finals or even the semis, but they never managed to win a single game, they only managed to voll3ct just one point out of the Nine they played for, just one draw against Gabon, they lost two games and South Africans are over the moon about what happened to Ghana.

One Facebook page has launched an official beef between the two countries when it comes to soccer matters, South African fans were already proving that they are not in the mood to make peace between them and Ghana after the unfortunate event when South Africa was knocked out of the Federation of International Football Association World Cup qualifiers, the Black Stars won the last game through a controversial penalty awarded by the Senegalese referee Mr Maguette Ndiaye, now South African have vowed that Ghana Will never see in er peace.

Some fans are even suggesting that the Ghanaians should officially apologise to the South Africans and they are told to go and apologise in Limpopo for some reasons, thenfans believe that if Ghana were to apologise they should go all the way to the North part of the country.

Some fans have even went as far as demanding that if they really want the South Africans to forgive them, they should just give up their FIFA World Cup qualifier spot, otherwise they will always be crying untilnthe day they do the right thing.

Ghana had one of the worst Africa Cup Of Nations tournament, they finished without a single win, they players were sent off in back to back games, to make matters worse, their captain Andre Ayew was also sent off.


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