Board member of capital-based giants Hearts of Oak, Alhaji Braimah Akambi has iterated the eventual winner of the ongoing Ghana Premier League will be worthy of the title.
Since the end of the 2017 campaign which saw Aduana Stars clinch their second league crown, the Ghanaian top-flight has not been fully completed due to a myriad of situations which could best be described as ‘force majeure’ – the Anas expose in 2018 and the invasion of Covid-19 last year.
However, this season’s competition looks likely to be completed barren any unforeseen circumstance with the campaign seeing 25 matches gone by.
With nine games left to be played out, we are poised for a photo finish in the 2020-2021 Ghana Premier League as teams at the top end and those locked in the relegation dog fight closely knit together in terms of points build-up.
Meanwhile, many conspiracy theorists have propounded that, the men at the upper echelons of football in the country are tilting events in favour of Hearts of Oak with many pointing to questionable refeering decisions going in favour of the Phobians in order to aid them arrest their eleven-year wait for a league crown.
But outspoken board member for Accra Hearts of Oak Alhaji Braimah Akambi has stated that this year’s league has been very competitive and the eventual winner will win the competition based on merit.
“I personally think that the ongoing league has been keenly contested ”
“The eventual winner will be a worthy one ” be told Kumasi-based radio station Fox 97.9 FM.
Alhaji Akambi is presently stationed in South Africa together with crocked midfielder Daniel Kordie who is undergoing surgery in the Rainbow nation.