By Zanele Zama
South African Football Association CEO Tebogo Monthlante said they have received the decision without details and they will request the governing body for the reasons and consider their options.
The South Africa Football Association (SAFA) has announced that it will consider its options after the world football governing body (Fifa) dismissed its protest following Bafana Bafana’s controversial 1-0 loss to Ghana last month.
In a statement, Safa CEO Tebogo Monthlante said they have received the decision without details and they will request Fifa for the reasons and consider their options.
SAFA had lodged a formal request Fifa asking them to investigate the officiating in last month’s match.
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