Regular SASoccer365 reader Samuel Manyama feels strongly about the appointment of Irvin Khoza as the Chairman of the 2010 Local Organising Committee...
I have been vocal in the past regarding the misconducts in SAFA administration or what is termed maladministration. I did not fear anybody in criticising favouritism and incompetent individuals within an organisation.
I would like to congratulate Irvin Khoza for being re-elected the chairperson of the PSL although I did not approve it, but this means those who are working close to him can see his competencies and thought it warrant the second term, and for that he has my support.
Editor I need not to remind you that by merely being the chairperson of the PSL this qualifies Irvin to be the second SAFA vice president. These put him in two corporates namely SAFA, and PSL not to mention Orlando Pirates FC, if the latter is considered a corporate orginisation.
Editor, fellow South Africans and soccer lovers, it is my pleasure to once again congratulate Ivirn Khoza for being named the chairperson of the LOC (local organising Committee), allow me to quickly point out something to you people, in my view this is now the fourth corporate orginisation. that one man is heading not to mention other personal businesses (this to me are corporate orginisation) that he is heading except Orlando Pirates FC, but the Loc appointment/naming is justified because he was part of the team that won WCP 2010
So should Jordaan be named. For the work that was done for WCP 2010, the university of Natal bestowed in Irvin a doctorate, he is so fortunate.
This to me is as controversial as giving Barnabas Lekganyane a doctorate in theology by University of the North whereas he is not doing any thing when he is perceived by his followers as a god of some kind, going against the Christian normswhich he should stick to as a leader (not a god or Christ) of a Christian institute.
The most controversial thing regarding the Friday announcement of the chairperson of the Loc is that the CEO was not named.
That means these guys (SAFA) are up to no good again. The man who was doing all the dirty work at that capacity in getting/bringing the WCUP 2010 to our shores is the hated one or despised one or not so much liked I perceive.
The reason given was that since Jordaan has assumed the position of Safa CEO he is not allowed to hold two corporate positions.
Pure nonsense, I mean it does not make any sense, the PSL chairmanship is a corporate orginisation position, the Loc chairmanship is also a corporate orginisation position, these two positions serve one national interest, controlling soccer administration in the
country, while the latter will look into the WCUP, what about SAFA presidency, Olando Pirates chairmanship.
Why is there no university in the country to recognise Danny's work that is undermined by SAFA.
Do not worry Danny we are taking note of that, not us alone though FIFA too is beginning to take note, including the government.
SAFA must come out clean and tell us that if you have frictions with Khoza you do not have a future in the running of football in this country, the reason for this statement is that not so long ago we read in papers that Jordaan and Khoza were not in good terms, and from there on SAFA did not want to reinstate Jordaan as a CEO until he demanded it,
because he was still within the legal rights to have the position he got it.
ON THAT NOTE WHERE IS SHAKES MASHABA In SAFA NOW? SAFA had no choice but to reinstate Danny otherwise we could have seen another huge pay out by the most generous organisation that plays games with the tax payers money (I am a tax payer).
Believe me when Danny's contract expires in SAFA he will not be named for the position, may be he will be told respond
to an advert or to reapply which he eventually will not be considered, but some people can easily be named without having applied.
The current management of SAFA have a vote of no confidence from me.
I will continue to point out the flaws wherever I see them and give credit were due, never shall I be intimidated by anything or anyone.
Something has to be done quickly about SAFA administrators, we are embarrassed - enough is enough.