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WAFU-17:Ghana Coach Resigns Ahead Golden Eaglets Clash

WAFU-17:Ghana Coach Resigns Ahead Golden Eaglets Clash

Black Starlets of Ghana head coach, Laryea Kingston has announced his resignation following his team’s defeat to Burkina Faso.

The hosts fell to a 2-1 defeat against the Burkinabes in their semi-final tie at the WAFU B U-17 Championship on Saturday night.

The defeat cost the Black Starlets a place at the 2024 Africa U-17 Cup of Nations.

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Kingston announced his resignation and got off the team bus on its way back to their hotel after the game against Burkina Faso.

Ghana will face eternal rivals Nigeria in the third-place match on Tuesday.

Holders Nigeria were dethroned by Cote d’Ivoire,who defeated them 1-0 in the second semi-final also Saturday.

Laryea’s assistants and the technical director of the Ghana Football Association will reportedly take charge of the Black Starlets against the Golden Eaglets.


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  • Onero 3 weeks ago

    He is a professional ,and he must have been frustrated by the GFA to either accept below average players or with poor Ghana facilities namely their bumpy playing field and Kingston do not want to work under a timid and die in silence environment
    .Kudos Bra Kingston, you did your bit, but you can consider to work again, if the GFA agree to reforms

  • Gen. JohnB (Field Marshal) 3 weeks ago

    See how normal human beings can sometimes react to situations ba? Not in Nigeria!
    These thieves will hang on to jobs that they are criminally bad at just so that they can keep on stealing whatever it is that they are stealing! In Nigeria, no shame at the top and in any positions of authority/power or even income providing jobs – meritocracy is not a word known about in Nigeria, just thievery, stealing, and corruption are the trending attitudes – Plutocracy, Nepotism, Autocracy, Despotism, Cronyism and downright Dictatorship are the favoured ‘ism’s and ‘ships of the people who are trusted with any position in this our dear but suffering nation.
    When things fall apart due to the people’s depraved attitudes, we all know that the centre never holds!
    Thanks ojare ogbeni Chinua Achebe for your words of wisdom even ways back when.
    Na Fela talk am long long long long time ago say dem be “animals in human skin” aka agbekpos!

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