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SAFA presidential candidate pokes holes in process: 'If it was fair, outcome could be different'

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Solly Mohlabeng, Safa Tshwane president, and Ria Ledwaba, presidential candidate, have one thing in common – to take over from Danny Jordaan.Photos by Lefty Shivambu/Gallo Images
Solly Mohlabeng, Safa Tshwane president, and Ria Ledwaba, presidential candidate, have one thing in common – to take over from Danny Jordaan.Photos by Lefty Shivambu/Gallo Images

In many quarters, there were high hopes that a new South African Football Association (SAFA) president would be voted into office when the members of the federation gathered at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg for an elective congress on Saturday.

Ria Ledwaba and Solly Mohlabeng were the contenders, and Danny Jordaan the incumbent.

READ | The fight continues for Ledwaba: 'Until Jordaan is out of football, you'll hear from me'

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