Laryea Kingston sets the record straight on captaincy dispute comments

    Former Black Stars winger Laryea Kingston has swiftly moved to address what he calls misrepresentation of his recent remarks regarding the captaincy dispute involving Andre Ayew and Asamoah Gyan.

    Kingston said he was disappointed in how his remarks were interpreted, claiming that they had been misconstrued and that he never meant to imply that Ayew had done anything improper.

    Instead, Kingston clarified that his statements were aimed at shedding light on the broader challenges faced by past players within the national team, emphasizing that his personal experiences, including his exclusion from World Cup participation, were not directly tied to the ongoing captaincy issue.

    “I was describing the trauma I went through during the days, I was mistreated for being denied the chance to play in the World Cup, not what has been attributed to me,” Kingston told Graphic Sports.

    “I never mentioned the captaincy issue as has been attributed to me,” Kingston added.

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