Former King Faisal striker Abdul Wahab has made a shocking revelation about how he exited the Kumasi-based club.
King Faisal sold the striker to Tanzanian side Azam FC in 2011 after the striker excelled in the 2010/11 Ghana league season.
The 28-year-old arrived in the East African city of Dodoma in the summer of 2011 without knowing the details of the contract signed between King Faisal and Azam FC.
According to the nomadic forward he was informed on arrival in the Tanzania that the King Faisal bankroller had negotiated and cashed in on him without his consent.
“When I arrived in Tanzania I was taken very good care of. But, the problem was that I knew nothing about the contract details that was signed between King Faisal and Azam. I was not consulted on how much I was supposed to earn from the deal,” he told Richard Ntow Gyan, host of the Nimdee Total Sports show.
“After requesting for the financial details of the contract I was informed that Grusah had been paid all moneys involved in the contract and that I would earn USD$2000 as monthly salary. I became very furious with Grusah for cheating me and playing on my intelligence,” he added.
He revealed that his stay at the Azam Complex Stadium became unsuccessful after finding out the details of the scandal that brought him to the club.
“I became unhappy at the club because of these events and they led to my exit from the club,” he concluded.
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