I’d love to play for Ghana, says Jacob Kingston

Jacob KingstonAccra Hearts of Oak youth team star Jacob Kingston says he will welcome an invitation to join Ghana U20 team as he seeks to follow in the footsteps of his father. Jacob, 17, is the son of former Ghana international Laryea Kingston and has been described by local pundits as a rising star. The striker, who shares his football activities with studies at Labone Senior High School in Accra, believes starting out with the Black Satellites will smooth his path towards the senior team. “Definitely, I qualify to play for Ghana U20 team and I am going to grab the opportunity when it » Read More

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