To set a target for a football season means a club knows the measures it has put in place to achieve those set targets. However one club whose performance did not enthuse its fans at large is Ghana Premier League club, Kumasi King Faisal. Their output and performance on the whole last season was nothing good to write home about after going through the relegation struggles several weeks before escaping at the eleventh hour last season.
Kumasi King Faisal’s performance last season was nothing to discuss after shuttling the relegation zone several weeks before escaping at the eleventh hour. They held Liberty Professionals to 1-1 draw at the Sogakope Park on the final match day to retain their top flight status and eventually send the Scientific Soccer Lads to the Division One League.
Kumasi King Faisal’s performance in the 2020/21 league season was nothing good to write home about after they shuttled the relegation zone several weeks before escaping at the final hour in the last days of league games. The “Insha Allah Boys played out Dansoman based Liberty Professionals to 1-1 draw at the Sogakope Park on the final match day to keep their premier league spot and eventually send the Scientific Soccer Lads to the Division One League next season which starts in the next two days.
King Faisal defender, Atta Kusi has been caught up in nostalgic feelings as they prepare to face his former club, Asante Kotoko. The “Insha Allah” Boys are guests of league leaders, Asante Kotoko in a local derby at the Baba Yara Stadium in week six on Sunday.
King Faisal defender, Samuel Kusi has attributed the club’s current fine form to the guidance of the experienced players and the work rate of the young lads. The “Insha Allah” Boys have been in a rich vain of form this season having escaped relegation at the eleventh hour last term.
The 2021/22 Ghana Premier has started on a good note for some clubs and not too good for other clubs. Last season was not the best outing for one of the well known football clubs in the AshantiGold region of Ghana and that is Kumasi King Faisal. They battled relegation from the start of the season to the finish where they had to survive on the last day of matches under new coach Nurudeen Ahmed.
King Faisal defender, Atta Kusi has hailed the club’s transformation under head coach, Nurudeen Ahmed. The “Insha Boys” who escaped relegation last season by a whisker, began the 2021/22 season anew and looking reenergized with two opening victories. King Faisal who beat the drop last term after holding Liberty Professionals to a 1-1 draw on the final day fixtures, beat West Africa Football Academy 1-0 in their opener at the Baba Yara Stadium Stadium.
King Faisal defender, Atta Kusi is well aware of the fact that their clash against city rivals, Asante Kotoko will be difficult. The “Insha Allah” Boys are guests of league leaders, Asante Kotoko in a local derby at the Baba Yara Stadium in week six on Sunday in a game which is expected to draw fans of both clubs to the stadium.
King Faisal will have one of their biggest tests of the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League this weekend. King Faisal, who are yet to lose at the Baba Yara Stadium this season, will play as guests of city rivals, Asante Kotoko in week six on Sunday in a crunchy local derby.
After staying away from their first league match against Aduana Stars from Dormaa, the Rainbow giants of Ghana football are set to commence their season. One may count it a lucky escape for the Phobians but very soon they will be facing another giant in Ghanaian football in the mold of AshantiGold SC. AshantiGold has already played one league match at Len Clay Sports Stadium where they shared points with Karela FC. The game ended 2-2 with both clubs parting with one point each. The next encounter of AshantiGold