Chief Executive Officer of Kumasi-based King Faisal Anwar Sadat says playing Hearts of Oak is not a big game for them.
Despite the great chain of performances on the field of play, the Insha Allah boys only have a solitary win to prove for their front-foot brand of football.
The Green and Whites were recently thrashed by AshantiGold SC which triggered rife reports of the sack of Slavisa Bozicic – which the club have come out to deny.
Faisal will be crossing swords with a wounded Hearts of Oak, who suffered a painful two-nil defeat to Aduana Stars, but according to the club’s Chief Executive Officer Anwar Sadat:
“Playing Hearts of Oak is one of the biggest games in Ghana but not a big game to us [King Faisal] despite our loss to Ashanti Gold. We used 9 men to beat Hearts with this same Kosta Papic in 2012, that alone gives us more confidence” Sadat told OTEC FM
He continued: “We are going into the Hearts game with a lot of changes in the team. We have some talented players which we will introduce on Saturday. I hope with all this, we are going to come out with good results”