Olele threatens to quit Ghana national team job

Goalkeeper Richard Kingson
The Black Stars goalkeepers' coach won't mind giving up his national duty to seek justice for his club

Ghana goalkeepers' coach Richard 'Olele' Kingson is ready to leave his role if the judicial body of football association does not serve justice in a case involving his club Emmanuel FC.

The 39-year-old appears incensed by the course of the case thus far. 

In an earlier interview, he revealed sensing calculated attempts to deny his second tier side promotion to the first division.

“I’m ready to follow this issue to the latter, no matter what it takes," Kingson told Asempa FM.

"Even if it will take me to quit football and resign as goalkeepers' trainer, I will do it for the truth to come out.

“It’s easy for me to quit because I can’t be part of a system which is not transparent.

“So I plead with those who will be in charge of this case to be unbiased."

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Kingson was appointed Ghana's goalkeeping coach in May.

He was Ghana's first choice shot-stopper at the 2006 and 2010 Fifa World Cup tournaments.


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