South African match against Ghana in FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifier as of late is football match that stunned the world. It was considered as match fixing for Ghana punishment that got attention of general society and Bafana wound up losing and one year from now FIFA World cup trusts vanish. This evening we got the awful news a South African football sweethearts FIFA panel declare that is football match does South Africa mentioned a replay against Ghana will not be replayed and South Africa should acknowledge that there are taken out.
The explanation that Fifa delivered on Friday peruses, "The dissent held up by South Africa has been proclaimed prohibited by the Disciplinary Committee as it didn't meet the necessities predicted under workmanship. 46 of the FIFA Disciplinary Code and craftsmanship. 14 of the Regulations of the Preliminary Competition of the FIFA World Cup 2022. The choice is liable to pursue."
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