The midfielder said his love for the Phobians is unbridled and will continue to remain loyal to them despite his indefinite suspension
The 32-year-old former Heart of Midlothian player has been on the local media for all the wrongs reasons and is currently serving an indefinite suspension without salary following reports he assaulted the club’s accountant Hackman Aidoo.
Kingston, who rejoined the 2000 Caf Champions League winners with the sole aim to relaunch his career, told Joy Sports that even though he is on suspension, his love for Hearts of Oak is strong and he will never turn his back on the team and he is ready to return to the fold of the team whenever the team wants him.
“I love Hearts of Oak and cannot turn my back against the team. I’m still a Hearts of Oak player, even though I am currently suspended but I still have a contract with the club till June,” said Kingston.
“In life you can’t please everybody, as for me I have no problem with the team, I can never turn my back on the team considering what they have done for me.”