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A season which could have long be decided has continuously been thrown open week-in-week-out due to the high level of competition put in by participating clubs.

With four games each left for all sixteen clubs in the Glo Premier League, the destination of the title remains uncertain and the relegation of two more clubs with the exception of Sporting Mirren who are already sure bets is also unknown.

Five games into the second round in the month of May 2009, Hearts of Oak were the runaway leaders and appeared to be coasting to their 20th league success. But the Phobians have since seen their title quest fade and are now two points clear at the top of the standings as they continue to remain unconvincing.

Four clubs: Hearts of Oak, Hearts of Lions, Asante Kotoko and King Faisal are still in the running for the League title while a number of clubs including RTU, Liberty Professionals, Hasaacas, Kessben FC and All Blacks are all in danger of being relegated. The exciting drama which shows the level of competitiveness has raised the standard of the Ghana premier league and this according to the President of the Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi bodes well for the country’s football.

“We all have no idea who will win and who will go down but that is terrific for Ghana football because it makes things a lot more interesting especially when everybody complains about a boring local League,” he said. For the FA President, the positions should make for a thrilling end to the League campaign which continues this weekend with match-day-27.

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