Relegated Premier league side, King Faisal FC have sacked football administrator George Amoako as their head of administration after three seasons, Nkrataasem.com can report.
Club President Alhaji Grusah in an interview confirmed the outfit has parted ways with Amoako who failed to safeguard the side during their difficult times. Amoako joined the Insha Allah Boys three seasons ago after being relieved off his role as Asante Kotoko SC General Manager under Dr. Kwame Kyei’s administration.
Amoako could not help King Faisal FC who are now battling football law with the Ghana Football Association over the relegation from the Ghanaian top-flight.
He held the role of club chairman and administrative manager.
King Faisal FC suffered relegation from the Ghana Premier League after finishing 16th in the 2022-23 BetPawa Premier League. However, they are fighting the FA at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) with believe that the Association’s disciplinary Committee were not fair to them on alleged player’s double registration thus Isaac Mensah.
CAS has already taken the defends of respondant GFA over the case which will soon be ruled upon in the coming weeks.
But ahead of that, George Amoako has been sacked and holds no position at King Faisal FC and is expected to return his vehicle to the Kumasi-based outfit.
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