2014 World Cup: Ghana need experienced Richard Kingson to shine in Brazil - Laryea Kingson
Ex-Ghana midfielder Laryea Kingson believes his the country require the experience of his brother Richard Kingson to excel at the 2014 World Cup.
Kingson, 33, enjoyed a fabulous season at Balikesirspor where he helped the Turkish side to gained promotion.
The former Wigan Athletic goalkeeper is Ghana’s most capped player with 90 appearances under his belt.
And his junior brother Laryea Kingson feels he deserves to be in Brazil following his sublime performances at club level.
“I am not saying this because he is my brother, but I think he deserves a call-up,” he told GTV’s Stage Africa.
“He is an experienced goalkeeper and you need such people at the very big stages. Experience cannot be bought anywhere.”
Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah is expected to announce his provisional 30-man squad for the global showpiece on Monday.