Listen SAFA CEO Tebogo Motlanthe explaining how the association will be challenging the decisions made in yesterday’s World Cup qualifier against Ghana

South Africa clashed with Ghana in World Cup Qualifiers on Sunday. It was the deciding match for both nations to advance to final stage of World Cup Qualifiers, playoffs.

The referee awarded a penalty for Ghana which sparked a lot questions, whether was it a penalty or not. The conduct of the match officials in game also raised questions, South Africans are not happy with the referee’s decisions.

SAFA did not let this go without being well accessed. The Association have decided to lodge a formal complaint to CAF and FIFA to investigate the conduct of the match officials.

SAFA will be having a press conference where they will be informing the nation what will happen going forward. Soccer Home will follow updates about the new developments.

SAFA CEO Tebogo Motlanthe

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