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Petition demanding Ghana vs Bafana Bafana REMATCH hits 32 000+ mark!

A petition launched after Bafana Bafana’s 2022 Soccer World Cup qualifier defeat has had over 32 000 signatures.

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Senegal referee Maguette N’Diaye was public enemy No 1 in South Africa on Sunday night following his inept performance with the whistle in Bafana Bafana’s final group 2022 Soccer World Cup qualifier against Ghana.

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N’Diaye made a series of baffling decisions during the Group G clash in Ghana, but none proved more costly than the one to award the Black Stars an ultimately match-winning penalty.

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Needing only to avoid defeat to advance to the next round of World Cup qualifying, Bafana Bafana were sunk by a 33rd-minute penalty by Ghana skipper Andre Ayew.

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Ndiaye spotted a foul by Rushine De Reuck in the box that no one else in the ground – or watching around the world – did.

It led to Hugo Broos’ first defeat in charge of Bafana Bafana and yet another failed campaign to qualify for a World Cup.

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A petition was launched by Thato Majola immediately after the match, demanding an immediate investigation from the sport’s governing body, FIFA.

The petition has a target of 35 000 signatures.

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“We call upon FIFA’s ethics committee to investigate the Senegalese referee for possible match manipulation and influencing the result of a football match, Majola wrote.

At the time of publishing, the petition has been signed over 32 000 times – and counting!

You can add your name to the list here!

The demands of the petition include a rematch at a neutral venue, and a referee from ‘one of the Arab nations’ to ensure neutrality.