South African Football Association (SAFA) President Danny Jordaan said there would have been a major socio-economic problem for President Nana Addan Kwaakfoad if Ghana was disqualified from the World Cup for the team at the Cape Coast Stadium on Sunday. Strangely insisted…
South Africa is full of anger after a rehearsal of fraud committed by the so-called match-fixing and the Senegalese referee Ndiaye Maguette and the ball boy who helped Ghana reach the 2022 World Cup playoffs.
SAFA has filed a complaint with the FIFA, invalidating the outcome of the match and requesting that a second leg be ordered between both sides.
The South African Football Association (SAFA) held a press conference on Wednesday, November 17, 2021, explaining the reasons for the match must be replay and systematic cheating in Ghana last Sunday, recording its 1-0 defeat.
Danny Jordaan hinted that the game is so important to Ghana that losing would pose socio-economic problems to the current President Nana Akuffo addo and must be won.
“This game was a very important game with only one choice other than Ghana winning,” he said.
“If Ghana loses it, it will cause major socio-economic problems for the president of the country.”
FIFA has confirmed receiving official complaints from SAFA on this issue. ..
Ghana will know their opponents in the playoffs on December 18, 2021 when the draw takes place.