Former King Faisal coach, Kasim Gokyildiz, has returned to Turkey after he terminated his contract with the Ghana Premier League club.
Coach Gökyildiz left Ghana for his home country on June 8 having resigned from the Kumasi-based side on May 31 on two important circumstances.
In a statement on his Facebook page, the Turkish trainer thanked the club for offering him the opportunity to serve them in Ghana’s top flight.
“Hello dear football fans, my time as head coach at King Faisal is over. In fact of two important circumstances I terminated my contract on the 31st of May.
“Yesterday the 8th of June I took the flight back to Turkey. Thank you King Faisal for the opportunity to serve you,” parts of the statement read.
Coach Gökyildiz also thanked the players, technical staff and supporters of the club for their cooperation during his two-month stint with King Faisal.
“I will like to thank my players, and technical staff for the good cooperation. I will also like to thank all the real football fans for their support, those who love football and see it as sport and not anything else,” it continued.
King Faisal are battling relegation and are placed 17th on the league log with 29 points in 28 matches.