Gruzah demands cash from Caf
FAISAL ARE SEEKING FA INTERFERENCE The founder of Ghanaian Premier League side, King Faisal, Alhaji Gruzah, is demanding US$ 18,000 from Caf for qualifying to the money zone of the 2005 Confederation Cup.
The amount is a remainder of the US$ 150,000 dollars due the club for placing second in the Group.
The Kumasi-based side missed the boat to the final from Group A, four points behind Moroccan side FAR Rabat.
Gruzah has petitioned the Ghana Football Association to help fast-track the process in retrieving the amount.
The club claim the long delay has financially crippled the operations of the club in recent times.
Faisal have struggled to reach that height after making their continental debut in the competition.