Sportsmrnews.com reliable sources have it that Kumasi based Premier league club King Faisal FC which is been owned by Alhaji Grunsah, is making plans to signed four Asante Kotoko and Hearts Of Oak former players to help them fight to avoid being relegated. The team is currently on 17th position on the league table and it will be difficult for them to survive relegation with this current crop of players.
Our sources has confirmed that, former Hearts Of Oak Midfielder Samudeen Ibrahim is on their list and that the player intend to moved to Kumasi from Accra tomorrow. The “Insha Allah” club believes the addition of the experience Midfielder can help change their fortunes in the league.
Vincent Atinga formerly of Hearts Of Oak is also on their list, the experience defender moved to Quwaiti club Al Shabab and has now ended his contract with them, he is back to the country and will be a huge boost to the team when signed.
Also on their list is former Kotoko duo Augustine Sefa and Eric Donkor. Augustine Sefa ended his contract with the Porcupine worriors last season and now King Faisal wants to sign the experience player to add him to their squad for the fight against relegation.
Eric Donkor also ended his contract with Ashantigold and was not able to renew it, his addition will also beef up Alhaji Grusah’s team as they plan to fight till the end.
The Ghana Premier League this season hasn’t been good to King Faisal, and the sure way for them to try to avoid relegation is to make good use of the second transfer window. Turning their season around will be a big difficult thing to do, but an addition of this experience players who have all played for the two most successful clubs in the country can help change their season.
They were relegated in the 2010/2011 Glo Premier League season and gained promoted back in 2014. It was their 1-1 draw on final day against Berekum Chelsea that led to their relegation, they will not want a repeat of that season, that is why they are to sign those experience player to strengthen their squad.
By Saaka Yakubu Issah