Ghana Football Association head of media, Henry Asante Twum says his outfit is considering suing the South African FA for defamation of character.
Asante pointed out they are patiently wanting to receive the full details of the ruling from the FIFA disciplinary committee after which they will take the needed action.
“The protest which was filed by South Africa had no grounds/legs to stand on,” GFA communications director, Henry Asante Twum, told MyJoyOnline.
“There were other details that the disciplinary committee will release hopefully. When we receive that full verdict, that will inform us with regards to the next plan of action.
“Because aside from the protest, we felt that the name of the FA was battered and badly bruised by the South Africans. The insults, the castigation and allegations that were made against us, we felt were unfounded and frivolous.”He added.
Some Africa had their protest against Ghana after the 1-0 world cup qualifying defeat thrown out because it supposedly lacked substance.