Laryea Kingston has regretted returning to launch his career in the Ghana Premier League.
Former Ghana international Laryea Kingston says he will not advise any player who has played abroad to return to the Ghana Premier League.
The experienced midfielder returned to the local top flight after cancelling his contract with Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem.
He rejoined his former club Hearts of Oak two-and-half seasons ago but recently fell out with the club.
Kingston was handed an indefinite...Read Full Story
Laryea Kingston says he never beat up the club’s accountant
Controversial Hearts of Oak midfielder Laryea Kingston has denied he physically assaulting the club’s accountant two months ago.
The latest incident took place after a friendly game against Apex FC in February and it was after Kingston was accused of going AWOL before the league break for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.
The former Heart of Midlothian player was told his wages would be withdrawn but reacted angrily when the club’s...Read Full Story
Laryea Kingston insists he remains committed to Hearts
Hearts midfielder Laryea Kingston insists he remains committed to the club despite the stand-off between the two parties.
The 32-year-old is serving an indefinite suspension without salary after assaulting the club’s accountant Hackman Aidoo.
The former Heart of Midlothian enforcer has refused to apologise to the club insisting he did no wrong for the offence he has been accused of.
Kingston has revealed his love for the capital-based...Read Full Story
Laryea Kingston apologizes to Hearts of Oak
By Ameenu Shardow
Hearts of Oak’s management will review the suspension of midfielder Laryea Kingston after the player tendered in an apology letter.
The Ghana international is currently serving an indefinite ban for attacking the club’s accountant.
Kingston wrote to the club last week to express remorse over his totally unacceptable behaviour.
The ex Hearts of Midlothian midfielder had his request to terminate his contract with the Accra-based...Read Full Story
Laryea Kingston has not apologized to Hearts
Hearts of Oak have denied media reports of receiving an apology from midfielder Laryea Kingston.
The former Ghana international was handed an indefinite suspension for beating up the club’s accountant in January.
Kingston angrily reacted to management’s decision to freeze his monthly salary after going AWOL for two months before the start of the second half of the season.
There were rumours that the former Heart of Midlothian player wanted to...Read Full Story
Laryea Kingston Wall
Laryea Kingston (born November 7, 1980) is a professional football player who competes for Ghana in World Cup soccer. Laryea Kingston is a midfielder and is 5'8" and weighs 152 pounds. Ghana was in Group D for World Cup 2010.