SAFA South Africa Football Association filed an official complaint to the highest football body over a purported match-fixing scandal after Ghana eased-off bafana bafana to progress to the knock-out stage in qualifying for the 2022 FIFA world cup in Qatar respectively.
This means Ghana’s qualification to the playoffs of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup has been legitimized.
The Fifa verdict on Friday said: “The protest lodged by South Africa has been declared inadmissible by the Disciplinary Committee as it did not meet the requirements foreseen under art. 46 of the Fifa Disciplinary Code and art. 14 of the Regulations of the Preliminary Competition of the Fifa World Cup 2022. The decision is subject to appeal.”
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