Former Ghana international Laryea Kingston has revealed that his biggest dream is to coach Ghana’s senior national team, Black Stars in the future.
Despite missing out on the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany, Kingston has said he is aiming to return to the Black Stars as a head coach.
The 37-year old former Hearts of Oak midfielder year old is currently having his coaching badges at Right to Dream Academy.
Kingston in his prime was regarded as one of the best wingers but was axed from Ghana’s squad for the 2006 and 2010 World Cup.
“At the moment I am concentrating on my coaching career but I will not rule out coaching the Black Stars in the future,” he told Asempa FM.
“When England realized it was the time for Garry Southgate to coach their national team, they asked him to coach the national team.
“I am ready to welcome the appointment to coach the Black Stars with my both hands. I did not get the chance to play in the World Cup but if coaching the Black Stars will take me far, why not?
“I am ready and prepared to coach the team any day,” he stressed.
Kingston also lauded Right to Dream Academy for the help extended to him and other colleagues.
“I must thank Right to Dream Academy for their help,” he said.
“They are not helping me only me but Michael Essien, Otoo Addo, Didi Dramani, Derick Boateng among other players and I must say we are grateful,” he added.