A leaked copy of Match Commissioner’s report for Ghana-South Africa clash reveals the only incident that occurred is South Africans interest to lodge a complain about the game. It noted that they want the game to be investigated as they are willing to write to CAF and FIFA.
South Africa will be declared winners and Ghana banned if GFA is implicated in protest- Analyst says
The South African Football Association, SAFA has lodged a protest to the World governing football body, FIFA alleging that there was a match manipulation in the second leg of the World Cup qualifier against Ghana in the Cape Coast Stadium where they lost by a goal to nil ending their dreams of qualifying to Qatar 2022.
Ghana and South Africa are anxiously waiting for a crucial verdict from world football governing body, FIFA. This comes into play after South Africa had lodged protest over the outcome of a World Cup qualifier against Ghana in Cape Coast. One of the cases advanced by South African Football Association has to do with the manner in which Senegalese referee Maguette Ndiaye handled the epic encounter.
President of the Ghana Football Association, Mr. Kurk Okraku has travelled to South Africa to meet the Football Association President of that Country, Dr. Danny Jordaan. The Source Revealed that it is in line with the Recent Penalty awarded to Ghana to climb into the playoffs ahead of south Africa with Goal differences though both teams had 13 points each.
The all awaited FIFA response to a protest filed by South Africa is finally out. It can be recalled that last month Ghana played South Africa in an all-important fixture that would see the winner top the group and qualify for the last round of the Qatar World Cup qualifiers.
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.
While waiting for official verdict from FIFA, South Africa have made fresh allegations against Ghana, noting that a Ghanaian football official met with Senegalese referee Maguette Ndiaye ahead of the World Cup qualifier in Cape Coast, Ghana. “Update: The Ghana vs South Africa case is said to be giving the Federation International de Football Association ( FIFA) a headache with new evidence emanating alleging that a Ghana Football Association ( GFA) official visited Senegal prior to the game at Cape Coast Sports Stadium on 14 November.”
The Federation of International Football Association, FIFA, will refer the protest between South African Football Association and Ghana Football Association to its Disciplinary Committee for consideration and decision today November 23, 2021. The world football governing body made this known in a correspondence between both parties on 17th November 2021.
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.
Former Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan has given a verdict over the penalty call that has generated misunderstanding between Ghana and South Africa. Asamoah Gyan is of the view that the penalty call was too easy based on how the incident unfolded. He however gave the referee the benefit of doubt as he was closer to the spot.
The cordial and harmonious relationship existing between South Africa and Ghana on the pitch have been jeopardized following what could be termed as unfortunate public comments by South African Football Association over the last few hours. For the records, it is the prerogative right of South Africans to contest any event they feel dissatisfied.
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.
After all, has been said about the match that was to decided who will advance from group G to the playoff. It seems the fans of Black Stars will have to put their celebration on hold since the Federation of International Football has confirmed that they have launched investigations to determine what really transported on Sunday, it has now be confirmed that FIFA have started investigating the game
The Ghana Football Association GFA has responded to the claims of match manipulation by SAFA, South African Football Association. The Ghana national team defeated South Africa's Bafana Bafana with a beautiful penalty strike from the captain Andre Dede Ayew. However, the whole of South Africa's football base has refused to accept defeat, as the seem to debunk the officials decision.
The Ghana Football Association has written a strong response to the claims of match fixing by the South African Football Association. In a long and descriptive letter, the Ghana Football Association detailed and exposed the incompetence of the South African football team for misinterpreting things that big teams do before a big match.
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.