Leader of the South Africa Football Association Danny Jordan says they won't use the impact of CAF President Patrice Motspe in their bid to get FIFA to arrange a rematch of their last World Cup qualifier against Ghana.
South Africa have sent a request to FIFA looking for a rematch of their last world cup qualifier played on November 14 which saw them lose by a solitary objective to nothing subsequent to yielding a punishment.
They have refered to coordinate with control and predisposition directing from arbitrator Marguette Ndiaye.
As indicated by Danny Jordan, including Motsepe regarding the present situation will think twice about value of their case.
"I have not addressed him on this.
"He is the President of CAF, we have put our matter before FIFA.
"We should construct our case on a genuine premise and that is the reason we are not utilizing any interior individuals.
"We should not include the CAF President artfully since, supposing that he was not from South Africa and from another country there would not have been a call to say: "cant you go to the CAF President.
"We won't him and he should not reach out.
"We are an individual from CAF and FIFA and we have facilitated a World Cup so we can take on our conflicts,' he uncovered at a Press Conference coordinated to share reports on their request to FIFA.
In the interim. FIFA have affirmed that they will survey South Africa's 1 – 0 loss because of Ghana which sent Ghana through to the Playoffs.
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