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Protests by South Africa and Benin dismissed by FIFA

Posted On: Jan 22, 2022   |   Posted By: Saint Louis Today

ZURICH - Protests by South Africa and Benin regarding incidents during last month's World Cup qualifying games were dismissed by FIFA on Friday, confirming that Ghana and Congo have advanced to the playoff round.

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