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PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 4:15 pm 
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Last November following the disgraceful officiating of the South Africa/Senegal WCQ, CAF had banned Lamptey for three months and now FIFA has placed the hammer.

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The world football governing body, FIFA has banned Ghanaian referee, Joseph Odartei Lamptey for life. The ban, FIFA says keeps Lamptey away from taking part in any kind of football-related activity (administrative, sports or any other) at national and international level for life.

According to FIFA, he was found guilty of breaching art. 69 par. 1 (unlawfully influencing match results) of the FIFA Disciplinary Code during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia qualifying match between South Africa and Senegal on November 12, 2016

However, all charges against another Ghanaian match official, David Lionheart Nii Lartey Laryea, whose behaviour had also been the subject of investigations, were dismissed by the FIFA Disciplinary Committe, the organisation said in a statement copied to Ghana business news.com.

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This is why I'm happy thief Hayatou is gone. Too many corrupt refs ruining African football.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 5:19 pm 
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...yep...Ref Lamptey is same as wRongling...that is why we have not been seeing him here...Ref Lamptey is wRongling my true assumption...


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 5:30 pm 
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Dude cost us the 2015 AFCON appearance with a dodgy penalty to small Congo at home.

Senegal can still qualify though, but no easy games in that group. Burkina Faso is an excellent side & Cape Verde can still put a decent team together, even though they are not as good as they were a few years ago.

Bafana must not qualify.


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:rotf: African standards are too lax,that angel* of a referee would have been ready for the next round of World Cup qualifiers if not for FIFA,people that want justice and change find it hard in Africa as they (Caf in this circumstance) don't seem to understand the severity of such poor officiating and what it means in the long term for those affected!

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:rotf: African standards are too lax,that angel* of a referee would have been ready for the next round of World Cup qualifiers if not for FIFA,people that want justice and change find it hard in Africa as they (Caf in this circumstance) don't seem to understand the severity of such poor officiating and what it means in the long term for those affected!


:roll: :roll:

..so refs being manipulated is just an African problem?

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What is the evidence against this man that warranted a life ban?

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Kabalega wrote:
What is the evidence against this man that warranted a life ban?

He's a breda. What more do you want? That is more than enough in any Naija man's book. He's guilty by half :sneaky:

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Kabalega wrote:
What is the evidence against this man that warranted a life ban?



TBH, I had the same question. I saw the penalty and it was an atrocious call but it had to be more than that. I have seen bizarre calls by referees beyond the pk call by the guy. This is why I believe that it goes beyond that pk call but it will take watching the entire video which is on youtube. I have not done that yet.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 11:08 pm 
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Enugu II wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
What is the evidence against this man that warranted a life ban?



TBH, I had the same question. I saw the penalty and it was an atrocious call but it had to be more than that. I have seen bizarre calls by referees beyond the pk call by the guy. This is why I believe that it goes beyond that pk call but it will take watching the entire video which is on youtube. I have not done that yet.


They must have some evidence from other matches as well.

Remember the Ibrahim Chaibou guy that was in charge of the Nigeria - Argentina friendly who awarded a phantom penalty in the 8th minute of 'injury time'. That guys was a tool in the hand of betting syndicates & was known for bizarre decisions in matches.

http://www.thetidenewsonline.com/2011/0 ... d-by-fifa/

Lamptey was towing similar lines with some of his decisions in crucial matches as well, & I think they must have some serious on him to give him this ban and announce it publicly. If it was circumstantial, they could just stop assigning games to him.


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So what happen to those ref inEurope I mean the ref that gave France a free ticket to world cup when Henry carry the ball with his hand?
Was he banned also?


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I cannot imagine him being banned for life for just some errors. There must be a lot more to this

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2017 3:31 am 
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This happened to a Gambian ref too:

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The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has issued a life suspension of football activity to Gambian referee Pa Abdou Sarr for taking bribe, the pan-African football body said Thursday.

The CAF disciplinary board, at a meeting held July 4, found Sarr guilty for collecting bribe during the game between Togo and Tunisia at the African Under-17 Championship held March in Togo and he has been banned for life to participate in any football related activity, said CAF on its website.

The disciplinary board also found guilty of Avlessi Tata de Mass, President of Togo Football Association, for bribing the match official. Avlessi has been handed eight years ban to participate in any football related activity.

Attivi Atevi Cessi, played as a link man, has also been found guilty and has been banned for four years to take part in any football related activity.

"It has been proved that Avlessi provided the money to Attivi to pass it on to the referee," said the CAF, without providing further details.

Source: Xinhua

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Enugu II wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
What is the evidence against this man that warranted a life ban?



TBH, I had the same question. I saw the penalty and it was an atrocious call but it had to be more than that. I have seen bizarre calls by referees beyond the pk call by the guy. This is why I believe that it goes beyond that pk call but it will take watching the entire video which is on youtube. I have not done that yet.


I actually believe it is not just this game. Perhaps they have a lot more than we think.

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pajimoh wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
What is the evidence against this man that warranted a life ban?

He's a breda. What more do you want? That is more than enough in any Naija man's book. He's guilty by half :sneaky:


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

I agree with you, bro. We don't need bredas anywhere near serious football.


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tfco wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
:rotf: African standards are too lax,that angel* of a referee would have been ready for the next round of World Cup qualifiers if not for FIFA,people that want justice and change find it hard in Africa as they (Caf in this circumstance) don't seem to understand the severity of such poor officiating and what it means in the long term for those affected!


:roll: :roll:

..so refs being manipulated is just an African problem?


No but Caf didn't see fit to punish him for embarrassing African football and FIFA ended his career for some reason (how did Fifa come to such a conclusion when Caf thought it was alright to see him back after quarterly break?),now there's the problem,why was he banned for life anyway?

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Waffiman wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
What is the evidence against this man that warranted a life ban?



TBH, I had the same question. I saw the penalty and it was an atrocious call but it had to be more than that. I have seen bizarre calls by referees beyond the pk call by the guy. This is why I believe that it goes beyond that pk call but it will take watching the entire video which is on youtube. I have not done that yet.


I actually believe it is not just this game. Perhaps they have a lot more than we think.


it is NOT about an erroneous penalty call, all referees make mistakes

It is about being manipulated regarding the outcome of a football match...or maybe more than one football match

2 different things

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I cannot imagine him being banned for life for just some errors. There must be a lot more to this



He was banned for being just a "Little too short" for a ref! :idea: :idea: :idea: :idea: :idea: :idea: :idea:

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Very dodgy referee. :clap: thank God. We shall get rid of them one by one..
1. Koffi Codjia
2. Chaibou
3. Lamptey
Now there are a couple of North African dudes with a similar pattern of behavior. One of them refereed our group stage match against Burkina in CAN 2013. I think the other one sent off Pitroipa against Ghana. They better pad up their bank accounts as quick as possible cos the end is nigh.


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Goldleaf wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
What is the evidence against this man that warranted a life ban?

He's a breda. What more do you want? That is more than enough in any Naija man's book. He's guilty by half :sneaky:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
I agree with you, bro. We don't need bredas anywhere near serious football.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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