Laryea Kingston reveals his biggest career regret

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Laryea Kingston, the former Ghana international footballer, has spoken on his biggest career regret as a footballer.

Speaking in an interview with Joy FM, the midfielder said not playing for Ghana in any of the World Cup competitions aches his heart — and that’s his biggest regret.

“It was very difficult, even to date. When I think back, it is still very difficult. When you ask me today if I am happy with my career? I will say yes apart from the World Cup appearance. Every player’s dream is to be at the World Cup.

“If you sit back, watch the World Cup and observe the way the players were giving their all and playing with enthusiasm and thinking at the same time that I couldn’t play let alone have a taste of it. It really hurts,” he told Joy FM.

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