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From docs: “The site_name property must include the correct name of the website.”

The name of the website: https://telegra.ph/file/239714eb1acb639dac735.png
Sergey Pomogaylenko
it can not be issue because every page has tag <meta property="og:site_name" content="South African soccer news"/>
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But the real site name is "Soccer Laduma". See: https://www.soccerladuma.co.za/home/about_us
Sergey Pomogaylenko
Ok, then I want explanation, what we can do and what not. In this site case we have words "Soccer Laduma" only in two places at the bottom of the original page: "Stay connected with Soccer Laduma" and "Copyright © Soccer Laduma, 2018. All rights reserved."

1) Is it correct to extract "Soccer Laduma" from them to @site_name
2) Is it correct to point "Soccer Laduma" manually in the template code, what will be very strange variant (I think, opponent do it exactly)
There are no other variants to get it.
Or we must not to show this attribute at all?
I would do it correct way, but checklist says nothing about it and I don't understand what to do without your explanation.

P.S.: If they wrote "South African soccer news" maybe they want that anyone can find them by this title because maybe Soccer Laduma not enough famous yet and they will be ready to point "Soccer Laduma" there only in the future
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The correct site name should be set manually in site_name property.

Soccer Laduma is correct, because it's litteraly the site name: https://telegra.ph/file/5f07fe3447dd6167147c3.png

Meta info may be outdated and incorrect often.
Type of issue
IV page is missing essential content
Reported
Feb 25, 2019 at 8:35 PM