Richard Kingson, the Veteran Ghanaian goalkeeper is hopeful for his comeback into the national side despite being at the age of 36.
During an interview, he said, “My return to local domestic league as given me hope that still, I can play for the Black Stars.”
Already played for the Birmingham City and Wigan Athletic, the stopper is in great form as he saves two brilliant penalty kicks to help his side move to the next round of the MTN FA Cup at the expense of Ebusua Dwarfs.
His dedication and hard work earn Great Olympics surprise 1-0 win at Liberty Professionals as they moved out of the relegation zone.
He has surprised many of the former players, considering his age; he has proven that age doesn’t really matter, when you have a passion to do so something.
Richard Kingson added, “I have no idea if I will be call again for the Black Stars, since I have not retired so there is everything possible, for now I am just focusing to do the best for my club.”
I still have some games to play, so if the technical team of the Black Stars declared me fit, why not I will not turn my back on the National team.
He is Ghana’s longest serving goalkeeper and remains the player with the highest caps (90 games so far played for the Black Stars).
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