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Jordaan expected to triumph over Ledwaba for SAFA presidency, but will it dim her light?

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determined to winRia Ledwaba, a Safa presidential candidatePHOTO: tebogo letsie
determined to winRia Ledwaba, a Safa presidential candidatePHOTO: tebogo letsie

Ria Ledwaba has caused quite a stir in the leadup to the SAFA elective congress but her clamour won't be enough to dethrone current president, Danny Jordaan. If that is the case, what will her next move be? Tashreeq Vardien asks.

When the steel trip gong sounds for the beginning of a boxing match, each fighter in the ring has a puncher's chance of winning the bout despite all the prior analysis and trash-talking. The term "puncher's chance" explicitly refers to the boxer who is outmatched but could still win the fight with one or two clean punches.

Ria Ledwaba, the rousing challenger who is eager to dethrone Danny Jordaan as SAFA president, has the same kind of chance heading to the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg for the elective congress on Saturday, 25 June.

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