It has emerged that the South African Football Association’s (SAFA) protest to Fifa concerning the controversial penalty awarded to Ghana in the final world cup qualifying game, includes incriminating WhatsApp Chats Between Ghanaian Officials.
The South Africans officially made a complaint to the world football governing body yesterday, citing bias by the Senegalese referee.
According to the South Africans, after reviewing the game played at the Cape Coast stadium, they realized that over 90% of the officiating mistakes made by the referee, was made in Ghana’s favor.
The South Africans believe this cannot be a genuine mistake on the part of the referee.
Meanwhile, in a Facebook post, Lawyer Poku Adusei has revealed that the South Africans have laid hands on WhatsApp messages between Ghanaian Officials before the game discussing ways to get a penalty.
According to the renowned lawyer, it appears this info was sold to the South Africans by a Ghanaian insider.