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SAFA adds more evidence to their case against Senegalese ref, watch.

SAFA have added weight to their case in an aim to have a replay against Ghana, Bafana Bafana are currently complaining to FIFA about the Senegalese referee for being biased on their FIFA World Cup qualifiers.


SAFA have submitted an inclusive reconsideration with FIFA objecting the late 1-0 loss that Bafana Bafana have endured at the hands of the Black Stars, which dished their dreams of World Cup advancement.

The South African media and football lovers hope that this will lead to a match being replayed between South Africa and Ghana.

This comes after South Africa feels the Senegalese referee has been biased against them.

SAFA think N’Diaye showed understandable prejudice during the game, with a doubtful penalty that was given which caused the stir.

According to local newspapers SAFA have submitted some additional supporting documents to their case to FIFA before the deadline which is set on the 20th November set by FIFA.

“More evidence was brought forward and Safa managed to send it to Fifa before the deadline,” - FIFA insider

The South African football governing body SAFA and the South African media at large were hoping that a decision would have been reached this week, as time passes it is now clear that this is not an easy case.


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