clean up safa mess

It is hard, if not impossible, to believe that the organisation and the country which are due to host the next soccer World Cup can be so unprofessional.

It is hard, if not impossible, to believe that the organisation and the country which are due to host the next soccer World Cup can be so unprofessional.

South Africans as soccer fanatics, and patriotic ones, have cried over the way in which Safa is being run, yet our cries go unheard .

Journalists have been left agitated after a press briefing was cancelled or called off - the reason being the unavailability of an interpreter.

Gracious me!

It has been said that even the players themselves are complaining bitterly about Joel Santana since he cannot express himself.

I put the blame on Raymond Hack and his crew for allowing Carlos Alberto Parreira to fool them by giving them his fellow countryman so as to enrich himself as well, like he (Parreira) did.

This is the very same Parreira who gave them a serious kick in the teeth.

Now as a country we are licking our wounds for not qualifying for the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations, all due to the people who are blinded by greed and addicted to corruption.

This country is spoilt with good coaches yet Safa decided to take their man.

We jumped from the frying straight into the fire by disappointing those who supported us for a long time; people like (Fifa president) Sepp Blatter.

Where on earth can a country which is hosting the World Cup call off a press briefing because it failed to organise an interpreter for its coach?

To Hack, I say stop saying you're sorry.

Clean up your mess first.

Tshifhiwa Magadani,

Tshirolwe

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