King Faisal In Hot Waters As ‘Angry’ Division Two Side Threatens To Report Insha Allah Boys To FIFA Over Kwame Peprah

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Founder and owner of Division Two club Kaaseman FC, Boakye Acheampong has given Kumasi-based King Faisal a two-week ultimatum to return striker Kwame Peprah or suffer the consequences, can confirm.

Peprah, who has been one of the lead acts of the ongoing Ghana Premier League, has been courting the interest of giants Accra Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko as well as Dreams FC – all in the Ghanaian top-flight – amid interest from foreign clubs.

The sharp-shooting forward who has shone in the Premier League with his efficacy in front of goal, has lost a bit of his midas touch which dazzled defenders in the first round, yet still attracting many suitors.

His predatory instincts and finishing prowess which many teams – both domestically and internationally – deem as a feature required on their roster is proving to be the breeding grounds for chaos.

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According to credible information, from a very reliable source, reaching this portal Boakye Acheampong – bankroller of Kaaseman FC – has registered his displeasure in King Faisal’s front role in deciding the next destination of the forward. understands that the lower tier side loaned Kwame Peprah to the Insha Allah Boys in 2019 and thus reserve the commercial rights of the player solely in their bosom and not in the hands of King Faisal.

“The division two club gave their player to King Faisal on loan and they did not sell him [to the King Faisal]. So they own the right to sell the player to any club who is interested in Kwame Peprah and not King Faisal”, our source emphasized.

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Furthermore the source iterated that the Green and Whites have reached an agreement to offload the player at a fee of €15 000 on the blind side of Kaaseman FC, the owners of Peprah.

The source further divulged Kaaseman FC have issued a two-week ultimatum to King Faisal to return their player back to them or will seek redress from world football governing body, FIFA.

It remains to be seen whether both clubs could reach a truce in the legally sensitive matter, most especially with King Faisal fully engrossed in the relegation dog-fight.

Although Peprah has struggled to glitter since the second round commenced, he is still an influential member of the King Faisal set-up and his goals will be relied on as the Insha Allah Boys try to avoid the drop.

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