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Black stars legend encourages Ghanaians footballers abroad to retire in their leagues

Former Ghana International Laryea Kingston has urged Ghana players playing in foreign leagues to consider ending their careers at home.

He said this will help to develop the Ghana Premier League as the presence of these players in the domestic league will have so much ripple effects on the game.

“I urge Ghanaian players playing in Europe to come back here and play in the league at their end of their careers so that the league will be very nice”he said in an interview.

The former Black Stars winger is among a few national stars who played for local clubs before hanging their boots.

The former Heart of Midlothian star-man rejoined the Phobians at the second half of the 2011-12 season after a successful career in Europe.

Former Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan and former Inter Milan star Sulley Muntari have been linked with a move to the two biggest clubs in the country.

The news generated a lot of interests from the fans who are eager to see the two football stars play in the domestic league.

In recent times, other national stars to have featured in the Ghana Premier League after a successful season in Europe are Richard Kingson (Great Olympics), Baffour Gyan, Papa Arko ( Liberty Professionals) and many others.


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