The Tema Youth owner Osei Kwaku Palmer went to the Court of Arbitration for Sport to seek redress after he was disqualified to contest the Ghana Football Association Presidential elections in October last year.
The vetting panel of the GFA normalisation committee disqualified Palmer for failure to ensure that his club Tema Youth settle a mandatory ten percent payment of the transfer fee of player Joseph Paintsil.
“A horse is prepared for the day of battle, but victory is of the LORD” Palmer tweeted on the morning of Wednesday.
“God has the final say” he added in hashtag.
Many has immediately linked his tweet to the expected CAS verdict set to be announced on few days ahead.
Palmer definitely knows how CAS works and despite winning a 2016 case at the same Laussane based-body against the GFA judicial bodies in the historic Tema Youth-GFA case, he remains humble ahead of the D-Day.