Scotland-based midfielder Laryea Kingston will available for the Black Stars ahead of Wednesday's friendly clash with Egypt. His availability is a shock to fans after his Scottish club Hearts reported last Friday that the midfielder had suffered an ankle injury setback. But the enforcer, who is likely to take a new position during Wednesday's friendly, played for his club on Saturday and will arrive in Cairo on Monday. He played for his club hearts over the weekend and is joining the Black Stars.
Kingston was reported to have suffered the injury but the Ghanaian midfielder vehemently denied the report insisting he wants to play for the Black Stars.
With striker Matthew Amoah also out through injury and the Satellite trio of Dede Ayew, Agyemang Badu and Samuel Inkoom, Rajevac has been forced to re-adjust his squad.
Kingston's reported absence could have handed a further headache for the coach as he would seek another late-call up as a replacement. The midfielder's season has been rocked by this nagging hamstring injury which has kept him out for most parts of the season.
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