The informed team with and outstanding striker like Kwame Peprah Nimo, has always been on the top of the matter day in day out. The founder of the club has manage to sign some players to add up to the team but there's no money to do so. Now that the club is performing extremely well, you can imagine from the supporters that all is well. But now with seventeen points there should be newly experienced faces to help the team compete with the big gangs. Struggling Ghana Premier League side King Faisal FC are planning to retool during the second transfer by signing five experienced players including ex-Kotoko defender Ainooson. Also being considered is former Wa All Stars and Hearts of Oak defender Richard Akrofi. Ainooson has rejoined former side Sekondi Hasaacas and has been in top form for the Division One League campaigners. King Faisal were at the foot of the Ghana Premier League table with no win in 11 matches- 6 defeats and five draws.
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) will open the second transfer window from March 03-April 16, this year. Due to the leaking defense of the Inshallah boys, the club believes former Ghana Black Stars B player Abeiku Ainooson will have the antidote. The Sekondi Hasaacas defender was very impressive to win Man of the Match accolade in their 0-0 draw with New Edubiase in Division One League Zone II. He signed a one year contract with the Twin City club.
Ainooson began his professional senior club career with New Edubiase United debuting in the 2012–2013 Ghanaian Premier League season and on 1 July 2013, prior to the beginning of the 2013–2014 Ghanaian Premier League season Ainooson signed for Asante Kotoko.
Football now is all about money and Alhaji Grussah should be up and doing otherwise, teams will take advantage of his vulnerability and scoop all his players. The existing players are always eyeing another big signing to make the team attractive and heartwarming. If Alhaji fails to sign a key player to prevent the club from conceding unnecessary goals, the good ones will also run away from the team and fetch themselves some good money elsewhere. Ainooson left Kotoko to Sudanese side Al-Hilal Omdurman on loan, he later moved to Ashanti Gold on loan before his contract was terminated by the Porcupine Warriors. Sekondi Hasaacas signed the experienced defender ahead of the Division One League season which kicks off early this year. He joins former Kotoko teammate Theophilous Nyame who also made a return to the West side after a difficult time at Kotoko. Hasaacas will count of the 2014 Championship of African Nation (CHAN) tournament silver medalist as they aim to return to the elite division next season.
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