Ignatius Osei-Fosu says he is on a mission to save King Faisal from relegation following his appointment as the new head coach of the club.
Osei-Fosu was officially confirmed as King Faisal’s new gaffer on Wednesday, April 5, and was in the dugout later in the day as the club faced Asante Kotoko in the betPawa Ghana Premier League matchday 21 fixture at the Baba Yara Stadium.
He earned a point in his first game with the two clubs playing out a goalless stalemate.
Speaking after the game, Osei-Fosu detailed the rationale behind his decision to accept the King Faisal coaching job.
“The reality is that I’m result-oriented. I saved Dreams FC, and I’m here to save King Faisal, too,” he said.
According to him, his side is also capable of beating Aduana Football Club to the league title at the end of the campaign.
“When you look at the points build up. It’s possible we can win the League,” he added.
King Faisal find themselves 12 points behind the league leaders after 25 games played with nine more fixtures to go until the end of the season.