The South Africa Football Association president, Danny Jordan, has described the Ghana Football Association as immature and inexperienced to educate them in football.
The 2010 World Cup hosts were left unsatisfied by the way the referee officiate the match between the Black Stars and the Bafana Bafana, who were not able to qualify to the play-offs.
In an interview with Robert Marawa, a South African Sports Journalist, Danny Jordaan was furious with Ghana’s reaction to FIFA.
@SAFA_net President Dr Danny Jordaan responds to the Ghana FA retort regarding South Africa falling short on the procedural elements of their submission to @FIFAcom on #MSW @VumaFM @SowetanLIVE @RISEfm943 pic.twitter.com/ksZx00h6hX
— robertmarawa (@robertmarawa) November 30, 2021
Both federations had been playing each other’s throats since the last game at the Cape Coast Stadium on November 14, 2021.
South Africa sent their complaint one day after the match, with Ghana responding only after FIFA asked for a response.
FIFA expected to make a verdict on the match prior to drawing to play-offs.
Ghana were crowned the top team in Group G, and they were joined by nine other nations to complete the final stage of the qualifying tournament.