Fifa has responded to the South African Soccer Affiliation’s protest on the match between Ghana and Bafana Bafana.
Safa filed a protest letter to the world soccer governing physique over the conduct of Senegalese referee Maguette Ndiaye, who officiated the 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifier on Sunday.
Fifa has now responded and acknowledged that the matter will probably be submitted to its Disciplinary Committee on 23 November 2021.Editors’ Picks
Additionally they acknowledged that they’ve given the Ghana Soccer Affiliation a chance to reply to the claims submitted by Safa.
Beneath is Fifa’s letter to Safa, dated 17 November:
We consult with the abovementioned matter, and particularly to the protest filed by the South African Soccer Affiliation on 15 November 2021 in reference to the match Ghana v. South Africa performed on 14 November 2021 within the context of the Preliminary Competitors for the Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022TM, African Zone.
Moreover, we want to inform the South African Soccer Affiliation in addition to the Ghana Soccer Affiliation that the above-mentioned protest will probably be submitted to a member of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee on 23 November 2021 for consideration and choice in accordance with artwork. 14 (9) of the Rules Fifa World Cup 2022TM, Preliminary Competitors in addition to arts. 46 and 54 of the Fifa Disciplinary Code (FDC).
In view of the foregoing, the Ghana Soccer Affiliation has the chance to offer the secretariat of the Fifa Disciplinary Committee with any feedback it deems applicable on the aforementioned protest, if any, by 20 November 2021 on the newest, together with any doc deemed vital.
Lastly, for the sake of readability, please learn that the Fifa Disciplinary Committee will determine on the protest utilizing the file in its possession (cf. artwork. 20 par. 5 of the FDC).