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Hearts stop-gap measure for Kingson

Laryea Kingston says he has signed for Accra Hearts of Oak to stay fit as he prepares to move abroad.

The former Hearts of Scotland player has returned to the club he made his name with in Ghana till the end of the season for free.

He told Citi Sports he has decided to play for the Phobians because he feels indebted to them, but is clear he would not be hanging around for long.

“I decided not to take any money from the club as a mark of appreciation for what the club has done for me over the years,” Kingston said.

“It’s important I stay fit as I prepare to move abroad. There are so many great players who have returned home to play for clubs. Brazilians Robinho, Adriano and others returned to Brazil to rediscover themselves and then went back to Europe.”

Source; Kickoff.com