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Laryea Kingston fired up for Kotoko ''Super Clash"

Published on: 12 April 2012

Hearts of Oak midfielder Laryea Kingston says he is itching to play in Sunday's Ghana Premier League derby against Kotoko.

The experienced player has been pivotal in the side's campaign since rejoining his former side in the second half of the league.

Kingston missed the first leg encounter at the Accra Sports Stadium and looks fired up for another Super Clash.

"I watched the first in the stands and it was quite remarkable. The teams played and that to a very large extent influenced my decision to sign for the Hearts," Kingston told Hearts News.

The 30-year-old playmaker will use his experience from playing in Europe to revitalize Hearts campaign.

"I love big matches like these as I feel it is a better platform to show all what one can do.

"I have told the players to give off their best on that day, and make sure that we win convincingly too.

"The whole of Ghana will be watching and if we are lucky and it comes on TV, then the whole world. This is one experience I have been waiting for all this while", he said.

Hearts are in second place and ten points behind Kotoko on the Premier League table.


  • phrank kente says:
    April 12, 2012 07:52 am
    Bra Laryea dont worry, you and the oak tree will be axed down on sunday...PHOBRIMM ....FABULOUS THE BEST...
  • mike six says:
    April 12, 2012 08:33 am
    This guy koraa what has he done in the eight matched played so far? I bet you he will not see top against Kotoko and will be substituted in the game, sure. What Kotoko have to do is to fight for every ball and be very serious that is what Hearts does to overcome Kotoko. Faaaaaaaaaaaaaaablous the best of the best Kotoko 2 - Hearts 0.
  • Fresher says:
    April 12, 2012 09:50 am
    Laryea fired up against kotoko? Sounds so funny, I hope Laryea is not fired up by some mind altering substance or performance enhancing drug to make this comment, ha ha ha.
  • fenandohussien says:
    April 13, 2012 09:52 pm
    hearts 1 kotoko 0
  • devildog6773 says:
    April 14, 2012 12:24 am
    Folks, remember the CAF cup in 05 when you guys were all geared up looking forward to sweet victory because you thought you had an untouchable team!!! Remember what the aftermart was!! It indicates what Glorious Accra Hearts of Oak is capable of doing.