Accra� Laryea Kingston, former player of Accra Hearts of Oak, has declared his intention to take up a coaching role with his former club or any team that would require his services at top level football.
The Hearts coaching role is shrouded with uncertainties as current head coach Henry Wellington, has been on the sick bed since their week seven game, with assistant coach Edward Odoom yet to record any positive results since he took temporary charge.
In an interview with GNA Sports at launch of the “Be the Next Champion” at the Alisa Hotel last Thursday, the former Vittesse Arhem player, reveal his desire of coaching at the top level and he’s ever ready for any challenge that comes his way.
He said, ”I am looking forward to an opportunity to coach at the very top, may be Hearts of Oak and even the Black Stars. I’m that kind of person with the zeal to do whatever I want to do and when I get the chance I try to do 110%.
He added, ”during my playing days I gave 110%. I’m a coach now am giving 110% , I don’t sleep a lot, I always try to research to build on the experience I have already and I also listen and learn from various angles and am ready for the challenge,” Laryea stated.
Meanwhile, Hearts would be in action this coming Sunday as they lock horns with arch-rivals Kotoko in the first ‘Super Clash’ of the new Ghana Premier League season.
Source: Ghana News Agency