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King Faisal Owner Survives Car Accident After Defeat to Tamale City

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King Faisal owner Alhaji Abdul Karim Grusah, who is also a member of the Black Stars management committee, has been involved in a car accident on the Kumasi Kintampo road. Grusah was travelling back from a Ghana Premier League match against Tamale City on Saturday with the club’s Operations Manager Nana Amankwah when the accident occurred.

The accident happened after King Faisal suffered a heavy defeat, losing 4-0 to Tamale City, leaving them in the bottom three with just four matches remaining in the season. Grusah, who had planned to sleep over in Tamale due to a funeral, became worried after the loss and decided to travel back to Kumasi with the team.

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Despite the setback, Grusah remains positive and thankful to Allah for their survival. “We were saved by Allah,” he said. “While going to play the game, I had prepared to sleep over because I would also attend a funeral over there. But after the 4-0 defeat, I got worried and asked the boys we should move back to Kumasi. On the way we were greeted with this accident.”

Grusah and the others involved in the accident were treated at the Techiman Hospital and later discharged. They are currently recovering at home and plan to return to the hospital for further check-ups.

For the most part, the accident serves as a reminder of the need for caution and safety on the road, especially when travelling long distances. It is important to prioritize safety over convenience and to take breaks when necessary.

In the world of football, accidents are not uncommon, and it is important for stakeholders to prioritize the safety of players and officials, both on and off the field. It is also important to remember that accidents can happen to anyone, and that we should be grateful for every day that we are alive and well.

We wish Grusah and all those involved in the accident a speedy recovery, and we hope that this serves as a reminder for everyone to prioritize safety on the roads.

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