Midfielder Laryea Kingston has urged his brother and ex-Ghana first choice goalkeeper Richard to join him at Hearts of Oak.
The shot-stopper, 33, is unattached and still looking for a job after relegated English Premier League Blackpool released him last year.
The 30-year-old winger who terminated his contract with Israeli top-flight side Hapoel Be’er Sheva last year to join his boyhood club believes the local league will be good for the former Wigan and Birmingham City glovesman.
“I have said this over and over again that the Ghana league is not as bad as we thought when we were out there in Europe,” Kingston said
“In fact, it has improved a lot, that is why some of us are re-launching our careers here in Ghana.
“I don’t’ want him t be idled since he has not retired. That is why I keep drumming home the point that if it’s possible, he should join any local club of his choice, though I would prefer him to join me at Hearts.
“We all have one ambition and that is to return to Europe and then rejoin the senior national team, so what better way to do it together,”
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