The Appeals Committee of the Ghana Football Association has rejected the petition submitted by the Kumasi-based club regarding the ruling made by the Disciplinary Committee.
According to Grusah, Kurt summoned him to his office and informed him that his case was without merit but offered assistance.
Grusah, the club’s hopeful owner, had anticipated that Faisal’s petition would be successful in preventing their relegation from the top league.
Following the unfavorable outcome, it seems that Grusah’s patience and tolerance have reached their breaking point, and he has strongly criticized the GFA led by Kurt Okraku.
In his outspoken remarks, the administrator alleges that officials within the Ghanaian football governing body are involved in corruption and embezzlement of funds.
“This GFA is plagued by corruption; individuals have been involved in financial misconduct. If I am to lose my team, he [Kurt] will also face the consequences,” Grusah stated, as reported by Kumasi-based Luv FM.