- Alhaji Gruzah says he is ready to find lasting solutions to the numerous problems that have characterized Ghana Football
- The King Faisal boss says he is not worried if FA President, Kwesi Nyantakyi, wants to seek for re-elections
The founder and owner of King Faisal Football Club, Alhaji Abdul Karim Gruzah, is lacing his boots to join a number of Ghanaian personalities who are contesting the Ghana Football Association presidency in 2019.
The football administrator says he has the requisite experience and the qualifications to find lasting solution to the numerous problems and scandals that have characterize the country's football over the years.
''I can decide to contest the 2019 presidential race, because I want the progress and development of Ghana football, where rules and regulations are strictly adhered to and decisions not made on friendship basis,'' Alhaji Gruzah told Ghana News Agency.
The controversial football administrator in his conversation insisted he does not see anything wrong if the current FA President, Kwesi Nyantakyi decides to seek re-election next year.
''I'm a principled man and I want people to follow principles, so now it all depends on Nyantakyi whether he will rescind his decision not to contest for the elections in 2019,'' he added.
Alhaji Karim Gruzah is said to have demonstrated a lot of commitment in developing Ghana football, although he has been heard on various media platforms attacking Kwesi Nyantakyi over his style of leadership.
Meanwhile, Karim Gruzah has been widely criticized by a number of people within the sports fraternity over his outspoken nature in addressing issues pertaining to sports development in Ghana.
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