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New Black Starlets trainer Laryea Kingston wants to return Ghana’s youth football back to glory days

Former Black Stars winger Laryea Kingston says he wants to return Ghana’s youth football back to its glory days.

The former Ghanaian winger, has been named as the new head coach of the Black Starlets on Thursday 18th of April 2024 by the Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Association.

Laryea will be assisted by a fomer player of Hearts of Oak Jacob Nettey and Nana Agyemang, who holds a CAF License A and UEFA License B certificates.

“There is going to be pressure . I know Ghanaians are craving to see us going back to our glory days in the youth level so that’s is why the FA was very patient to bring in a new group of technical team that are young and upcoming coaches with knowledge on youth football” Kingston told the GFA media after his appointment.

The former Hearts of Oak player and his backroom staff will prepare the team ahead of the WAFU U17 Cup of Nations in Ghana.
The Black Starlets are expected to travel to Russia for a U17 invitational tournament later this month as part of preparations for the WAFU championship.

The Starlets are eyeing a return to the U17 Africa Cup of Nations for the first time since 2017.

By: Gbordzor Promise



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