The former Lokomotiv Moscow man has words of compliment for the former Juventus striker
Former Ghana midfielder Laryea Kingston has named former international colleague Stephen Appiah as one of the “best” he has ever played with.
Appiah represented Ghana between 1995 and 2010 and has played in two African tournaments and two World Cup finals.
At the Afcon in Egypt in 2006, Appiah and Kingston formed a formidable midfield partnership with Sulley Muntari and Michael Essien, although the Black Stars had an elimination in the first round.
Nevertheless, they pushed Ghana to a first World Cup qualifier in Germany, where Appiah scored a decisive penalty kick at the championship when the Black Stars beat the USA 2-1 in their last group match for a place in the Round of 16 to discuss. .
‘Tornado [Stephen Appiah] is someone I grew up with. To me, he’s one of the best technical players I’ve ever played, ” Kingston said of the Euro 2020 championship service with the 40-year-old Appiah. Joy TV.
‘It’s not because he’s in the studio with me, but I have so much respect for him as a player.
“I feel honored to have played with him. His technical ability, you can not take it away from him.
“These are the guys with whom they make the game easy for you when you play.”
Appiah, who won the U17 World Cup with Ghana, made his senior debut in 1995 against Benin.
He made his tournament debut for the Black Stars at the 2000 Africa Cup of Nations on his own and became captain two years later.
He missed the Afcon tournament on home soil in 2008 due to injury, just as with the 2010 edition, but regained national duty for the World Cup when Ghana advanced to the quarter-finals.
At club level, Appiah, who during his time in Ghana played for Hearts of Oak, played for Italian Juventus, Parma, Cesena, Udinese, Brescia and Bologna.
Outside Italy he was in the books of the Turkish outfit Fenerbahce and Serbian outfit.