King Faisal owner Alhaji Grusah

King Faisal have suffered relegation from the Ghana Premier League, becoming the second team after Kotoku Royals were relegated last month.

King Faisal’s fate was sealed on Sunday, with the final team to be confirmed next weekend.

In their penultimate game, King Faisal secured a 3-1 victory over Legon Cities at home. However, despite their win, it was not enough to secure their position in the top flight for the next season, and they will now compete in the Division One League.

The season has been a mixed bag for King Faisal. While they have experienced poor performances leading to their relegation from the league, they still have a chance to win their first major trophy this season.

King Faisal have reached the final of the MTN FA Cup and will face Dreams FC on June 18. It presents an opportunity for them to end the season on a positive note and potentially lift a significant trophy.

Back in 2019, King Faisal was added to the league by the Ghana Football Association, resulting in the expansion of the league to 18 teams. This decision was made to resolve ongoing legal battles at the time, with King Faisal and Great Olympics being included as new additions.

Source: Fiifi Forson

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