Former Black Stars midfielder Laryea Kingston has expressed satisfaction about the standard of the Ghana Premier League.
A session of Ghanaians over the years has expressed love for foreign football to the neglect of the local league believing its standard has fallen.
But in an interview with Koforidua based Bryt FM, the former Great Olympics and Hearts of Oak winger refuted that claims, insisting the domestic top-flight league have improved.
“Previously, people claimed the standard of the domestic league has dropped but for me, I have watched about three games in the ongoing season and I think there has been an improvement”
“If I say the league has improved, first of all, let me give credit to the FA because of the hype they’ve put in the league. I think the advertisement for our league is amazing, so I will commend them for that.”
“I have watched Dwarfs play and some of the teams trust me I can see a lot of patterns in the game now. Ghanaian players are doing well in terms of their build-up, breakthroughs, and style of play.”
“From the technical point of view, I think coaches have also improved but there is more room for improvement and I believe if we educate our coaches well it will reflect in our game,” he concluded.