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Laryea Kingston signs for Israeli side Hapoel Be'er Sheva

Posted On Thursday, 14th July 2011

Laryea Kingston signs for Hapoel Be'er Sheva

Ghana midfielder Laryea Kingston is set to return to active football after agreeing a two-year deal with Israeli Premier League side Hapoel Be’er Sheva.

The 31-year-old has been unattached since terminating his contract with Dutch Eredivisie side Vitesse Arnhem last year December.

Kingston was prevented from playing for local side Heart of Oak which failed to secure his International Transfer Certificate in January.

He moves increases the rank of Ghanaian players at the club to four in addition to Ibrahim Basit, James Bissue and Ibrahim Abdul Razak.

Kingston claims he has the strength to play top flight football.

“I’m looking fresh, feeling good and I have six more years of football in me. With the advantage of the experience I have had throughout Europe in my career, I think this is the right time to be focused and get the club benefit from me,” Kingston told Accra-based Joy FM.

Kingston played for Israeli sides Maccabi Ahi Nazareth and Hapoel Tel Aviv between 2003 and 2004.

Be’er Sheva finished 9th in the 2010/2011 Israeli Premier League.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Moore says:

    Wont this guy retire, this king of player bring shame to Ghana.

  2. Sammy Heywood Okine says:

    CONGRATS .. KEEP UP THE SPIRIT.. GOD BLESS YOU.. BRA LARYEA.. THE BEST.

  3. ericato2 says:

    kai,after bluffing that he was going to the premiership? hehehe this oldman say he is 31 anyway Israeli club placed 9th fits him, but he shouldnt dream of blackstars again, even if journalists campaign for him………..

  4. kassbak says:

    ghanasoccernet please always edit your news very well before posting. The English you wrote there is very bad.

    • Obi Ba says:

      I agree with you. Items on the net are read by so many people, from far and near. Poor, un-edited language speaks very bad of the site. If they want to gain recognition and acceptance by outsiders they need to spend more time and resources to post items with well structured and edited language.

  5. Righteous ,milan italy says:

    moore why u guys sometimes kid around serious issues as matter of facts .what is the essence of the disgrace u here talking abt bruv .pls football is what some do for living why not happy when u see ur brother progressing in lyf huh .

  6. Bemol says:

    Bravo larry keep ur head up high god is wit u as black star await ur arriver.

  7. Peedi Crack says:

    Good for bra laryea!!…hope het gets his swag back!!

    To moore if his older bra, Olele is not ready to retire y do u think bra laryea should retire??…hahaha, he just tryna play the sport he loves and make some $ to feed his fam…….y does he bring shame to ghana??…LOL

  8. mascherano says:

    i dnt noe y gud footballers at a point in time do not realize dat certain decisions might just tanish their gud legacy…..!?!…

  9. Kaydee says:

    Bra Laryea, you will certainly return to the Black Stars, i like the determination. Once you are determined you will make it, its my dream to see you in the 2014 Fifa World cup tournaments. More grace and greeze to your elbows. God bless you.





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