Richard Kingson: Veteran Ghana goalie vows to end career at giants Kotoko

Published on: 28 January 2015

Ex-Ghana goalkeeper Richard Kingson has revealed his admiration for Kotoko, revealing he will end his career at the biggest Ghanaian club.

The veteran glovesman, who is currently unattached, has vowed to play for the local giants due to passion of their teeming supporters.

“I will end my career at Kotoko and until I do that, it means I haven’t retired from active football,” he told Happy FM

“I love Kotoko and it had always been my desire to play for them someday. They (Kotoko supporters) love football and are passionate about their club hence my resolve to play for them before I hand my gloves.

Kingson is a well-travelled man having played for teams in England, Turkey, Israel and Cyprus.

He is Ghana’s all-time leading international appearances with 90 caps under his belt.

Comments

  • Stranger Danger
    says: 6 years ago
    Damn. Kotoko we are so lucky. Everyone wants to end their career at Kotoko. You got Adebayor, Gyan, Kingston ... who else?? But please. Keep coming.