South African Football Association chief executive officer Tebogo Motlanthe is adamant that Bafana Bafana's crucial Africa Cup of Nations Cup qualifier against Ghana will be played at FNB Stadium on March 25 as originally planned and this will not change.
South African Football Association (Safa) chief executive officer Tebogo Motlanthe is adamant that Bafana Bafana's crucial Africa Cup of Nations Cup qualifier against Ghana will be played at FNB Stadium on March 25 as originally planned and this will not change.
“The match between Bafana Bafana and Ghana is going to take place at Soccer City at 6pm on March 25 and we have received all communication from Caf to this effect."I don’t want to comment on hearsay and please don’t refer me to a certain website which you are seeing for the first time. The problems with South Africans is that we want to believe whatever news we come across.”
Motlanthe said recent reports that claimed the Ghanaians want to move the match to a neutral venue were misinformation as none of the purveyors behind these stories have produced proof to back up their allegations.“I ask anyone to say give me a letter from Caf to Safa stating that Ghana wants to move the match. Ghana may stand up and say that this is fake news because we have never received any complain from Ghana to this regard.”
This match is a must-win for Bafana as three points will see them overtake Ghana at the top of their group with 12 points‚ and almost certainly ensure qualification to the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon next year. Read more: Times LIVE »
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This guys are not serious ,they are really not taking SA football serious.this selection is just an example that we need change in SAFA leadership...we can't be having players playing regularly in Portugal and Denmark being overlooked for players who are on 5he bench noooo