Former Ghana international Laryea Kingston has revealed the lowest moment in his playing career.
The attacking midfielder who was largely deployed on wings featured for Great Olympics and Hearts of Oak before spending over a decade playing in Europe.
Now youth coach of the Danish side Nordjaelland, Laryea Kingston told Goal.com his biggest regret in his entire playing career was missing the 2010 World Cup.
“Ahead of the 2006 and 2010 World Cups, I was one of the players who played almost every game to qualify the country to the tournaments.
“In 2010, on the final day to move to the tournament in South Africa, I was asked to go home, Laryea Kingston said.
He further insisted that the decision to leave him out of the final squad for the FIFA Mundial in South Africa remained his lowest moment.
“For me, it was a very big blow and up to today when I think about it or people talk about it, it weighs me down a lot. I think that would be the worst moment of my career.”
Laryea Kingston was an instrumental figure in Ghana’s team that qualified for the 2006 and 2010 world cup was failed to make an appearance at the finals due to varying reasons.