South Africa's football fraternity are still reeling with shock after Fifa rejected South Africa's protest with an abrupt one-liner, Ghana FA scornfully said the outcome has shown "South African Football Association knows nothing in football". Late on Friday afternoon, Fifa, football world governing body, finally, after 10 days, ended its silent treatment by declaring that the protest lodged by the South African Football Association (Safa) was "inadmissible". The Fifa Disciplinary Committee had already met on 23 November to consider the protest which followed Bafana Bafana’s controversial 1-0 loss to the Black Stars of Ghana on 14 November.
SAFA are going to weigh up their options after FIFA dismiss their complaint over World Cup qualifier (FIFA). The world governing body of football, on Friday declared the protest lodged by the South African Football Association (SAFA) following last month's controversial 1-0 loss to the Black Stars of Ghana as 'inadmissible' after the matter came before FIFA Disciplinary Committee. FIFA Disciplinary Committee under the chairmanship of the Colombian Jorge Palacio considered the protest came to a conclusion on 23 November, a week after the 14 November match was played. According to the FIFA notice, "SAFA lodged the protest one day after the match".
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