I wanted to retire into farming – Kingson

I wanted to retire into farming – Kingson

Ex-Ghana international Richard Kingson has said he decided to be a goalkeeper’s trainer just to prove his critics wrong.
Speaking to Starr Sports, the former Birmingham City goalie said his initial plan was to venture into farming and becoming a goalkeeper’s trainer was never part of his plans.
“This thing that I am doing was not part of my plans, but I want to prove some people wrong that I am not selfish,” Kingson revealed.

“…Because that is what they [critics] told me. I originally wanted to be a farmer after retiring and training goalkeepers was something that I never thought of,” the 39-year old specified.
Kingson is one of the backroom staff of coach Kwesi Appiah and the current goalkeeper’s trainer of the Black Stars.


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