After their elimination from the 2010 World Cup at the quarter final level due to a deliberately stopped goal by a Uruguay striker, Luis Suarez, Ghana Football Association has announced its intention to seek redress and hopes the petition would be supported by the England who suffered a similar fate when a Frank Lampard whose goal against Germany was disallowed.

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