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“I’m Open to Coaching The Black Stars” - Ex-Ghana Winger

Ex-Ghana winger, Laryea Kingston says he is open to coaching any of the junior national teams.

The 41-year-old has earned his UEFA Licenses and has had attachment at Danish club, FC Nordsjaelland.

Laryea Kingston spoke on Radio Gold Talk Sport.

“For me I’m ready and I’m open for any job, I look at myself from like five years ago when I started coaching, from that time until now, I think I have educated myself well enough.

“That’s why stepped aside from the Right to Dream organization and try to be like a freelance coach to face the challenge now.

“I’m capable of doing a good job, the national teams, senior national teams, the Meteors, the Satellite and the U-17 as well, I think I’m ever ready to take other jobs,” Laryea Kingston told Radio Gold Talk Sport.

“I will say it will be very good for me to start from the youth national team because I believe that is the foundation and I believe that I’ve done that for four years for FC Nordsjaelland.

“Players like Kudus Mohammed, Kamaldeen Sulemana, a lot of players from Right to Dream that you can see them, they all passed through my hands.

“So I believe if I get the chance with the youth national team especially the U-17, I will do a very great job from the foundation.

“So I will be very and more than happy and I’m ready to take up any other team or either some of the premier league clubs, I’m ever ready.” Laryea Kingston told Radio Gold Talk Sport.

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