Announcing this at OR Tambo International Airport following the arrival of the Shakes Mashaba coached squad from Morocco, Safa president Kirsten Nemantandani said they would look deep into the challenges facing the country. "Bafana Bafana will not be at the 2012 Afcon, now the Under-23 squad will not be in London. That calls for a serious introspection to look into where South African Football is going. "All the experts of the game will be present and we will also invite Fifa." Namantandani added that a high-powered South African delegation will also meet CAF to engage them on aligning their calendar with the rest of the world. The delegation will consist of Nematandani, Danny Jordaan, Irvin Khoza, Robin Petersen and Mandla Mazibuko. "We feel it's important that we have this gathering because every decision on fixtures that CAF makes impacts on us, and in most cases it impacts negatively. "We are hoping this meeting will alleviate some of the challenges we have in terms of preparing our teams, both at national team and club level." South Africa played three matches in Morocco, drawing against Ivory Coast and Gabon - the two games ended in a 1-1 draw - and lost 2-0 against Egypt in their last game. "Football is about scoring and winning matches and we did not do that, but I am proud of these boys for giving it their all. They really showed character; after all we did not spend much time together preparing for this tournament," coach Shakes Mashaba said on their arrival at OR Tambo International this morning. "We wanted to win badly but it was not to be, and if you saw the number of chances we got, you will agree that the problem remains goal scoring issue; and this is an entire South African problem. "We let people down but I would like to say I hope there will be a next time where we can do better." "We had high hopes for this team as we felt this mission was achievable, but it was not to be. However, we are still proud of the boys as they gave a good account of themselves," he added.