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Alhaji Gruzah's security cannot be guaranteed at Aduana - George Gyawu

Published on: 26 March 2014
Alhaji Gruzah

The security of iconic King Faisal President Alhaji Karim Gruzah cannot be guaranteed when his side travel to Aduana Stars, Operations Manager of the Dorma-based side George Gyawu has said.

Faisal faces a tricky tie against Aduana Stars at the Nana Agyemang Badu 11 Park as the League gradually reaches home stretch.

However the match has been overshadowed by threat of attack on the no-nonsense football owner.

Gruzah is alleged to have rained abusive words on the people of Dorma which has prompted the club’s Operations Manager to caution him against turning up for the game.

“Grusah deliberately insulted the good people of Dormaa after noticing that his outfit was going to be relegated by saying that the people of Dormaa are poultry farmers, sell only eggs since they live closer to Ivory coast boundary and therefore behaves like Ivoirians,” Gyau is quoted by Sunyani-based Storm FM:

“We are only asking Grusah to stop coming to Dormaa since the irate fans he insulted have not forgotten his abusive words he used on them after hearing what they intend  doing to him.

“We have radio stations here in Dormaa therefore we are charging the vociferous C.E. O to retract his previous comment before he finally arrive in Dormaa for the game, but if he refuses we have no problem with him we can take care of him on the pitch but should anything happen aftermath the game upon his return to Kumasi then the Aduana family would be responsible to any future occurrences.

Aduana need a bad badly as they lie in the relegation trap net.


This article has 2 comment(s), give your comment
  • Benito says:
    March 26, 2014 04:11 pm
    This is not funny,it's a threat or just a mind game?why can't protect him,what he said is in the past and the way to go is not a threat on hi person,it's unprofessional to say you can't guarantee his's the 21centry soccer so grow up please.
  • kassbak says:
    March 26, 2014 03:34 pm
    Poor journalism