South African Football Association (SAFA) petitioned the world football governing body over a match between its national team, Bafana Bafana and Black Stars of Ghana. SAFA alleged among other things that the match was fixed to benefit Ghana. According to SAFA, the referee awarded a penalty in favour of Black Stars which shouldn't had been the case.
South Africans have called for protest following their loss to Black Stars of Ghana in a 2022 World Cup qualifier in Cape Coast. They contested the penalty awarded against them was illegitimate and must not count. They cited other scenarios to buttress their demands. “Senegal appealed and the game was replayed.
According to FIFA, South Africa has filed a compliant of match fixing issues in their game against Ghana at the Cape Coast stadium. The game which saw the Bafana Bafana boys taste defeat courtesy a controversial penalty on Daniel Amartey gave the Black Stars of Ghana an automatic qualification to the playoff stage of the World Cup Qualifiers.
The South African Football Association (SAFA) can now be said to be avenged or compensated for how the Ghanaian National Football team, Ghana Black Stars defeated them on the 14th of November, 2021. The South African National Football team, Bafana Bafana were defeated by the Black Stars of Ghana to prevent them from qualifying to the playoffs of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
Ex- Ghana Black Stars Captain, Asamoah Gyan popularly known as Baby Jet has expressed doubt over the penalty awarded to the Black Stars during their match again Bafana Bafana of South Africa. The Black Stars won the game 1-0 thanks to the spot-kick captain Andre Dede Ayew converted in the first half after Rushine de Reuck was adjudged to have fouled Amartey.
The South African Football Association says it will consider other options opened to it after the world football governing body, FIFA, rejected its petition concerning the game between Ghana and South Africa. SAFA lodged a petition challenging the decision of the match official to award a penalty in favour of Ghana after a Ghanaian player drop to the ground like a log following a touch on his shoulders by a South African defender during a corner kick.
South Africa FA has hit back, saying the assertion gave by Ghana Football Association with respect to coordinate fixing charges is heartbreaking and offensive. In an extensive assertion by GFA on Wednesday, the affiliation excused charges that they ransacked South Africa and reports by South Africa media that it took Bafana nine hours to venture out from Accra to Cape Coast for the match.
The South Africa Football Association Protest against the black stars of Ghana has been dismissed by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association(FIFA). The South Africa Football Association made formal complaints to FIFA regarding their game against the Black stars of Ghana after a controversial penalty was awarded.
World football governing body. Fédération Internationale de Football Association FIFA has called on the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to provide the secretariat of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee with any comments it deems appropriate on the protest filed by South Africa Football Association(SAFA) by November 20, 2021.
South Africa football Association has hinted of an appeal after it's protest to FIFA was rejected. Various south african citizens expressing their views on Twitter still insist their country was wronged and should be granted a replay. The obsession with the replay seem to stem from their own experience in November 2017 when SAFA were made to replay their game with Senegal which they subsequently lost.
Leader of the South Africa Football Association (SAFA), Danny Jordaan has revealed that he has proof of match-fixing in Bafana's down against Ghana in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. Talking at a public interview on Wednesday, the SAFA president noticed that there was a spike in wagering stakes before a punishment was granted to Ghana.
Ghana's Group C adversary South Africa has taken steps to pull out from the impending 2021 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifying game against the Black Stars if the game is moved from their country.The homegrown football administering body (GFA) as of late kept in touch with CAF to move the
The South Africa Football Association (SAFA) says it will fight Ghana's dirty tricks ahead of the crucial Afcon 2021 Qualifiers.
After South African Football Association reported that they have written a protest against Ghana FA over their 1: 0 defeat in the World Cup qualifying game on Sunday November 14 at the Cape Coast Stadium, many have expressed their views and opinions on the situation. One among them is senior journalist, Sheikh Tophiq.
South Africa Football Association lodged a compliant to organisers and governing body of football FIFA about outcome of their match against Ghana. The Bafana Bafana boys suspects foul play with regards to the Referee after he awarded a penalty to the home side on Sunday at the Cape Cost Sports Stadium.