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FIFA reportedly throws out South Africa protest against Ghana



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The world football governing body (FIFA) has reportedly dismissed South Africa’s protest against Ghana requesting for a replay between the Black Stars and the Bafana Bafana after alleging the game was fixed in favour of the west African powerhouse.

The Bafana Bafana lost their ticket to the to the playoffs stage in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers after losing 1-0 to the Black Stars at the Cape Coast stadium weeks ago.

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Captain Andre Ayew scored from the spot to secure all important points for the four time African champions to secure playoffs spot at the expense of South Africa.

After the game, the South African Football Association (SAFA) lodged a complaint with FIFA, protesting against the penalty awarded to Ghana by Senegalese referee Maguette Ndiaye and claimed the match was fixed in favor of Ghana.

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South Africa wanted a replay of the match, as they believe there was a clear pattern of bias from Senegalese referee Maguette Ndiaye and his assistants at the Cape Coast Stadium.

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But according to reports SAFA’s protest against Ghana has been thrown into the win after FIFA found no merit in the case paving the way for the Black Stars to take part in the playoffs slated for January 26, 2022.

The world football governing body will in the coming days come out with their verdict.



Suliaman

Suliaman Alhassan Cobbiah is a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle, Sulaiman is a fun loving person, loves to research, educate and many more.

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