“I Gave My All” – Laryea Kingston Says As He Resigns From His Role As Head Coach Of The Black Starlets

Laryea Kingston a former Black Star Player who was appointed as the Black Starlets’ head coach has stepped down from his position as the head coach of the Black Starlets following a surprising 2-1 loss to Burkina Faso in the WAFU Zone B Under-17 championship.

The defeat was unexpected and disappointing for the team, leading to Kingston’s decision to resign.

The Black Starlets suffered a setback in the tournament, which ultimately led to Kingston’s resignation. The loss to Burkina Faso was particularly hard to swallow, as it ended their hopes of progressing further in the competition.

Kingston felt that he needed to take responsibility for the team’s performance and decided to resign from his coaching position.

The news of Kingston’s resignation came as a shock to many fans and supporters of the Black Starlets. His departure leaves a void in the coaching staff, and the team will now have to regroup and find a new leader to guide them in future competitions.

Despite the disappointing result, Kingston remains grateful for the opportunity to coach the Black Starlets. He expressed his gratitude to the players, coaching staff, and fans for their support during his time with the team.

Kingston’s resignation marks the end of an era for the Black Starlets, and they will now have to look ahead to the future and focus on rebuilding under new leadership.

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