The Chief Executive Officer of King Faisal, Anwar Sadat rubbishes arguments that the burden of been title contenders at the start of the season accounted for the drop in their form. King Faisal are currently fifteenth with thirty-one points after twenty-seven games so far.
King Faisal had an impressive first round but have unfortunately dropped after the start of the second round of the league.
Subsequently, their gaffer, Nurudeen Amadu was sacked after six matches winless run.
Last weekend, the In Shaa Allah lads were held to a 2:2 stalemate against Bechem United at home.
Anwar Sadat believes it’s just how football is and insists that, it’s not the pressure to win the league that has accounted for the drop in their performance.
“Someone can sit somewhere and see it like that, but from where I sit, I don’t think something like that (pressure of been title contenders) affected us,” he said on Haske Radio.
“Everyone has how he will look at things and analyse it… and you know that when things are not well it brings a lot of issues…
“I don’t think something like that accounted for the drop in our performance. I just think it’s a football issue,” he insisted.
King Faisal will host Eleven Wonders in their next league fixture at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.