Alhaji Abdul Karim Grusah believes Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak are part of the reasons why the Ghana Premier League has been dwindling, so it would be normal should they be relegated by the close of the 2014-15 GPL season.
THe Porcupine Warriors and the Phobians are lying 11th and 14th, respectively on the league log and could both witness relegation for the very first time in their history.
The controversial sports administrator believes these two clubs have involved themselves in several dishonest activities, which have accounted for the falling standard of the premier league, hence should face the consiquences of their actions.
“They are part why Ghana league is dead, I don’t have time now but next time I will tell you. Example, big teams have gone to relegation like Manchester united, Chelsea etc. So it is normal in football it is never a crime,” Alhaji Grusah told Luv Fm.
“It isn’t because my team, King Faisal is relegated, but they have done a lot of things like example, they are the two matured clubs in Ghana, so if the house is breaking it will also fall on them, they aren’t truthful even I am thinking they are more than going to relegation because they aren’t organizing themselves well.”
Both Kotoko suffered defeats on match day 22 of the First Capital Plus Premier. The league champions will make a journey to Sogakope to take on WAFA, whereas the 2000 CAF Champions League winners will play home away from home against Heart of Lions at the Robert Mensah Sports Stadium in Cape Coast due a ban for violent conduct.
The two will however be hoping to put their pieces together as they take on their next opponents in match-day 23 on Wednesday.