Safa’s NEC is not fit for purpose

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From left, Safa acting CEO Tebogo Motlanthe, Judge Sisi Khampepe, Safa president Danny Jordaan, attorney Candy-Lee De Sousa and Safa integrity officer Alex Abercrombie. Picture: Daniel Mothowagae
From left, Safa acting CEO Tebogo Motlanthe, Judge Sisi Khampepe, Safa president Danny Jordaan, attorney Candy-Lee De Sousa and Safa integrity officer Alex Abercrombie. Picture: Daniel Mothowagae

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The sacking of Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki by Safa is just like papering over huge cracks.

There’s a whole missing wall in the association’s structure. I am disappointed but not surprised that Bafana again failed to meet the legitimate expectations of the fans.

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