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Bafana disaster dealt with

By David Isaacson | Mar 28, 2012 | COMMENTS [ 61 ]

LETTERS of warning have been issued to those responsible for Bafana Bafana's Mbombela disaster.

Safa chief executive Robin Petersen confirmed yesterday that action had been taken against the individuals responsible for misreading the qualifying rules that cost Bafana a place at the Africa Nations Cup in Equatorial Guinea.

But he declined to name the culprits - even when asked by Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula.

"Letters of warning were written to people who should have known better," Petersen said in an interview with Avusa Media yesterday.

"We had sent a report to the minister and to Sascoc (SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee) which indicated that disciplinary action had been taken against those who I felt were responsible for not reading the rules properly.

"But as I said to Sascoc and to the minister and to my (executive committee), that's a matter between myself and the employees."

Petersen said emotions ran high where Bafana Bafana were involved.

"I listened to explanations that were given and then took what I believed was the right disciplinary action," he said.

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What did you do to solve the problem... Tell the country please; SAFA is not a family business; its in the country's best u interest

Mar 28, 2012 4:18 | 0 replies

@Buc4life

My sentiments exactly. How are you sweetness?


UP THE BUCS


Mar 28, 2012 10:19 | 0 replies

It seems the current SAFA Management still struggling to administer the mother body.I feel sad for them,they are trying but you try something which you doesn't know is difficult.

Mar 28, 2012 10:15 | 0 replies

Khune's "antics" accounted for 2 minutes of the game, what about the rest of the 94 minutes? it is rather absurd and indeed pedantic to lay the blame on him. Why didnt the team score? he kept his end of the bargain by keeping the goals at bay.

As for RPm, I hope he is not just putting up a smikescreen... I hope people really got sanctioned for this bungle!

Mar 28, 2012 10:14 | 0 replies

SteveBiko
all the Dancing Chiefs players who were on the field are to be blamed..lol
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Khune was in front, followed by Majory, Yeye & Shabba. Oh, they keep showing this on TV, and I get sick to the bone.

Mar 28, 2012 10:13 | 0 replies

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@sdakwa
It is true that you IQ is the lowest on earth. Those who should have known better were given warning letter,not those who celebrated unwell infromed. Khune has nothing to do with the presentend story. Pitso should have known better to coach all the players to a particular goal. Now Khompela is in the road to replace Pitso which is enough evidence that Pitso should have been in the know.
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Bafana did not play well that day. Even if they knew the rules they would have played as bad as they did

Mar 28, 2012 10:11 | 0 replies

all the Dancing Chiefs players who were on the field are to be blamed..lol

Mar 28, 2012 10:11 | 0 replies

Hello,

every goalkeeper would have done what Khune did given the circumstances, stop blaming the young man only by virtue of playing for Kaizer Chiefs.........

Itu remains the best goalkeeper in mzansi.........

go hang yourself if you disagree!!

Mar 28, 2012 10:6 | 0 replies

@sdakwa
It is true that you IQ is the lowest on earth. Those who should have known better were given warning letter,not those who celebrated unwell infromed. Khune has nothing to do with the presentend story. Pitso should have known better to coach all the players to a particular goal. Now Khompela is in the road to replace Pitso which is enough evidence that Pitso should have been in the know.

Mar 28, 2012 10:5 | 0 replies

sdakwa
Good people, I would like to comment but I fear that the Einsteins and the Isaac Newtons on this blogg will call me stupid, so please my honourable bloggers with a very high IQ, if I say something that you deem stupid, my hounarable intellectuals, I would appreciate if you give me info and guidance instead of calling me stupid. It's not that I get offended, I just feel that it's not constructive.

Bafana was'nt going to win this game even if they new the rules of the competition. Khune and his coach opted for time wasting only because the opposition was putting a lot of pressure on them and they saw that these guys where going to score a winner anytime.

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Hello my champ. I agree with u.

Mar 28, 2012 10:0 | 0 replies

we are being taken for a ride here again and again, why are we not told names of the culprits, aren't we suppose to know. The whole SAFA management is a joke, if you ask me.

Mar 28, 2012 9:51 | 0 replies