King Faisal’s fate of relegation was sealed despite a commendable 3-1 victory over Legon Cities in their second to last game of the season. Other results did not go in their favor.
Following the Ghana Football Association Congress’s decision to enlarge the league and resolve legal disputes, King Faisal returned to the top flight in 2019.
King Faisal and Great Olympics were added as a result of this choice, bringing the total number of clubs to 18.
Alhaji Grusah, the team’s owner, is sure that they should receive three points because Tamale City allegedly fielded an ineligible player against them.
Grusah is persistent in his quest for justice despite the dismissal of their protest.
King Faisal’s relegation is unquestionably disappointing for the team and its supporters. They managed to defeat Legon Cities, but they were unable to avoid the drop.
Alhaji Grusah’s relentless pursuit of justice is a reflection of his annoyance and motivation to make up for what he sees as an unfair circumstance.