Kwasi Appiah's appointment will motivate local players: Laryea Kinston
4/17/2012 12:32:16 PM -
Ex Black Stars winger Laryea Kinston believes the appointment of Kwasi Appiah as Black Stars coach represents hope for quality local players to make the team.
There is a general feeling among local players mainly in the GLO premier league that 'our chances of being called up into the Black Stars have grown bigger with Kwasi's appointment'.
The feeling is strong among the local players because they explain Akwasi Appiah has done it before, discovering players like Emmanuel Agyemang Badu who plays at Udinese in the Serie A.
According to Laryea Kinston who is dreaming of a return to the Black Stars after reviving his career at old club Hearts of Oak, having Kwasi Appiah now will open doors to many quality local players to make it to the team.
'My target is to make a return to the national team because I believe I still have a lot to offer and with Kwasi Appiah as the coach now, I strongly believe most of us will get the opportunity to make it to the team'. He told JOY Sports
'This will also motivate players in the Glo premier league to put up their best for a possible call up'.
Kwasi Appiah will be unveiled as Black Stars coach this afternoon in a media conference at the Ghana Football Association's head office in Accra.
Story by Benedict Owusu/ JOY Sports