Kingston will return to action in 3 weeks Ghana midfielder Laryea Kingston is expected to return to action in three weeks' time to help his Scottish side Hearts finish well in the league.
His return to action also means that he will be available for the Black Stars when they travel to Bamako to take on Mali on 6 June.
Kingston yesterday flew to Munich to consult world-renowned sports injury specialist Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt over his hamstring injury.
He has not played for a month and the club hope Muller-Wohlfahrt can help speed up his recovery.
Hearts boss Csaba Laszlo expects Laryea Kingston to make his first-team comeback in three weeks after missing the opening Group Four World Cup qualifier against Benin in Accra later this month.
Laszlo told the Edinburgh Evening News: "Larry needs three weeks and then he can come back.
"He has started running and he is going in the right direction. But he needs a little more time before he can play.
"We need all our players for the finish to the season and I think he is an important player for us."
Ghana will also play Sudan in Group Four of the qualifiers.
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