Former Asante Chief Executive Officer, George Amoako has been appointed to lead city rivals, King Faisal, just two weeks after being relieved of his duties with the Porcupine Warriors.
The experienced football administrator landed his new position on Wednesday after concluding talks with the owner and bankroller of the Kumasi-based top-flight side.
He returns to King Faisal for his second spell at the club owned by the controversial club administrator Alhaji Grunzah.
Amoako is one of the highly experienced administrators in Ghana having spent more than 30 years working in the football industry in various capacities with mainly Kumasi-based teams.
With the talks now concluded and an agreement reached, Amoako has now announced that he has taken over the club to steer them in the right direction.
“It is true we have concluded talks and I will assume the role of Executive Chairman of the club, running the day-to-day activities with Alhaji Grusah remaining the bankroller, founder and President of King Faisal,” Amoako told Oyerepa 100.7FM on Wednesday.