King Faisal’s Founding Chairman, Alhaji Grunsah, has announced that he is looking for investors to take over the club as they look set to participate in the 2019/2020 Ghana Premier League campaign.
It was announced at the Ghana Football Association elective congress that Faisal, along with Accra Great Olympics, will be included in an 18-team league campaign next season, to bring finality to litigation both clubs brought against the FA over their relegation in 2014 and 2017 respectively.
But Grunsah has not been celebrating the news yet, instead, announcing he is looking to sell the club because he is ‘tired’.
“I’m ready to release King Faisal outright to any investor but my only plea to any potential buyer will be that he shouldn’t rename the club just in honouring me,” Grunsah told Kumasi FM.
“I’m appealing to everyone who’s interested.I want to be part of the club as far as I’m alive.”
Grunsah has also blamed the lack of patronage of King Faisal games for his decision to sell the club, accusing Kumasi people of abandoning the club.
“We are considering relocating the club from Kumasi. We can’t continuously play in Kumasi whiles we gross GHC6 from our games.
“I was born and bred in Kumasi but the people of Kumasi has neglected King Faisal even in our prime days,” he said.