Goodman Mosele Bafana Bafana

Goodman Mosele. Photo: Gallo Images

BREAKING: Orlando Pirates star Mosele to face full WRATH of SAFA!

Orlando Pirates star Goodman Mosele is set to be slapped with a Bafana Bafana ban according to SAFA ceo Tebogo Motlanthe!

Goodman Mosele Bafana Bafana

Goodman Mosele. Photo: Gallo Images

Orlando Pirates star Goodman Mosele is set to face the full wrath of SAFA (South African Football Association) after his no-show for the current 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifiers.

Bafana Bafana assembled for camp exactly a week ago for their back-to-back 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia however Hugo Broos initially confirmed that Goodman Mosele ‘absconded’.

What Hugo Broos said about Orlando Pirates star Goodman Mosele

“Sadly Goodman Mosele has absconded, we have tried reaching him to no avail and this is extremely disappointing. We are very happy that Jesse Donn has heeded the call and reported for duty almost immediately.” Hugo Broos said in an official statement regarding the Orlando Pirates midfielder.

Mosele’s absence revealed! (Or was it?)

  1. Suffered an anxiety attack and could not heed the call-up due to mental health issues.
  2. Attended a ceremony back home and could not return to Johannesburg for the Bafana Bafana camp in time.

Orlando Pirates star to be punished by SAFA!

As confirmed by SAFA president Tebogo Motlanthe, the association are yet to find out the truth behind Mosele’s absence despite the incident taking place an entire week ago.

The Orlando Pirates star is now set to face a TWO-MATCH Bafana Bafana ban for failing to appear after being called up to the squad.

“We are going to write a letter to the PSL and his club to inform them that we are going to invoke the clause that says if a player does not report for national team duty.” a SundayWorld report confirmed regarding the Orlando Pirates star.

As SAFA we can ban him for two matches. No one knows where the player is and there has been no communication. So, we will exercise what the Fifa rules say in this regard.”