Midfielder Laryea Kingson says the ‘politicians’ in the Ghana FA are preventing his return to the national team.
The 32-year-old returned to the Ghanaian top flight a year ago in his bid to revive his career.
Kingston has however been inconsistent with his form since joining Hearts of Oak – where he has often been cited for indiscipline.
But the ex Lokomotiv Moscow playmaker insists he is good enough to at least be in the local Black Stars team but for ‘political’ Ghana FA officials.
“I see the GFA officials just don’t want to see my face in the national team,” he said.
“Otherwise I should be making a return by now following the efforts I have made.
“I don’t know why, they (Ghana FA officials) are politicians so I have stopped worrying myself over it.
“Are they saying all the players playing in the local league are better than me?
“I should be at least in the local Black Stars.”
Kingston is currently serving an indefinite suspension for assaulting a club official at Hearts.
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