Ghanaian football administrator, Alhaji Grusah has ruled out selling his club, King Faisal Babies to any investor.
Although King Faisal is going through financial turmoil, Grusah is adamant that he will not sell his club to anyone at any price.
The controversial football administrator noted that it took him a lot to develop his football club to the roots to where it is now hence investors who have enough money should go down the drain to do likewise.
“My club is not for sale. If you’re an investor and you want a football club, why don’t you go and build from the second or third division till you get to the Premier Division? I did my own but you want to go and buy because you have money?,” Alhaji Grusah quizzed.
In spite of his less educational background, Grusah upholds that he prefers a partnership model to a permanent sale of the club.
He added, “I’m not ready to sell, I’m ready for partnership. I didn’t tell the whole world I can’t do it, I’m doing my best.”
“Anyone who wants to do business with King Faisal, you bring your lawyer, you bring your proposal and I give it to my lawyer, I can’t sign something like that. My illiteracy is not full illiteracy, I’m an Arabic scholar.”
Grusah in the interview with TV3 admonished that he will gratefully welcome any assistance from former player Samuel Osei Kufuor but not ready to hand over the club to him.