Its back to the all ready full drawing board for Bafana yet AGAIN!

The less said about the merits and de-merits why the senior national soccer team failed to beat Sudan on Sunday, the better…

Bafana Bafana have failed to qualify for the continent’s biggest competition four times before, meaning this is the fifth time they will not take part in the finals since their re-admission to international football in 1992.

But as always coach Molefi Ntseki, who has admitted to the failure, should know: he’s head is up for chopping. Being “Mr Nice- Guy” does not give us points.

Simply put: he failed to take the team to Cameroon as part of his mandate.

Now that is out of the picture, next is the WC Qualifier in May, where we face the likes of neighbours Zimbabwe, Ethiopia and the same Ghana we drew with (has qualified for the Afcon 2022).

Will a new face be leading the team, if not, why and if Ntseki retains his position, on which grounds?

Players- will the same lot be part of the WC Qualifiers, and if changes are to be effected, will they be prepared mentally and psychologically to face the wrath of the country?

Are they hungry enough to play for Bafana just to increase chances of playing abroad or only concerned about the Yens, Dollars and Pounds paid by their respective teams?

A call has also been made at SAFA hierarchy in the form of President Dr Danny Jordaan to quit his position.

Is he a problem or there’s more to this?

What happened to Vision 2022?

SOS is needed as soon as possible.

Image (Plotting life without SAFA? Embattled Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki has failed to take the team to 2022 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon. He’s seen along his boss SAFA’s Dr Danny Jordaan who is also wanted out).

Bafana Bafana star Percy Tau was the only player who showed commitment.

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