King Faisal defender, Atta Kusi has hailed the club’s transformation under head coach, Nurudeen Ahmed.
The “Insha Boys” who escaped relegation last season by a whisker, began the 2021/22 season anew and looking reenergized with two opening victories.
King Faisal who beat the drop last term after holding Liberty Professionals to a 1-1 draw on the final day fixtures, beat West Africa Football Academy 1-0 in their opener at the Baba Yara Stadium Stadium.
They were not given the remotest chance against two time Ghana champions, Aduana Stars in week two but they silenced the “Ogya Boys” by 3-1 at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park to record a one hundred percent result from two games.
Atta Kusi who has enjoyed some good minutes in all two games, believes their recent form is due to the work of coach Nurudeen Ahmed.
“Coach Nuru [Ahmed] has vast experience in the local league and last season for instance he helped King Faisal survive relegation with eight matches left.
“So he knows the players he has selected to form a formidable King Faisal squad.
“If you watched our first match, we played really well, so coach Nuru [Ahmed] has a good work on the team.
“Let’s pray for good luck to be able to finish the season.” Attah Kusi told Africa-foot.com.
Attah Kusi, 29 , has previously played for relegated Liberty Professionals before joining Asante Kotoko on a free transfer. He had a brief spell with AshantiGold before signing for King Faisal.
King Faisal will host Obuasi AshantiGold at the Baba Yara Stadium Stadium in week three.