As the curtains draw closer to the Ghana Football Association Elections, punters have already begun to have their say on the possible outcome of the polls.
After weeks of rigorous campaigning, the six candidates, Amanda Clinton, Kurt Okraku, Nana Yaw Amponsah, George Afriyie and George Ankoma Mensah will know their fate in the coming days.
After an impressive showing at the GFA Election Debate, Phar Rangers owner, Nana Yaw Amponsah, has emerged as the joint favourite, along with former GFA Vice President, George Afriyie, for the top job with 2.00 odds.
Another former GFA Vice President Fred Pappoe, together with Dreams FC CEO Kurt Okraku follow closely behind the two front runners with 6.39 odds each.
Amanda Clinton, who is seeking to become the first ever female to lead the country’s Football Association, and George Ankoma Mensah are the least favoured to win – both with 25.67 odds each.
The fate of the six candidates will be decided by 120 delegates on Friday October 25 in Accra.