Assistant coach of Ghana’s U17 team, Laryea Kingston has likened his outfit style of play to Manchester City.
Ever since the former Hearts of Oak player joined the technical bench, the Black Starlets have been moulded into an unbeatable side.
Ghana won the UEFA U16 Development Tournament in Serbia last month after going unbeaten at the tourney in the European country.
The Black Starlets have scored 31 goals in eight matches since Kingston and Karim Zito were named coaches of the U17 national team.
Speaking about the team style of play, Kingston likened the Black Starlets team to that of Manchester City
“One thing we should all know is that we are an attacking team. You can see that we played three friendlies before the tournament in Serbia and two games against Saudi Arabia, We’ve played eight matches and have scored 31 goals,” he told reporters at the unveiling of the Baby Jet U16 tournament.
“The least goals we have scored is three in a game. I know people will say Ghana national team is a one goal project, now we are scoring goals and definitely opponents will get the chance to score but at the end of the game we make sure we win,” he added.
“Of course, we are scoring we will have to concede. Man City score a lot of goals and concede, if you have the stats of Manchester City, they score a lot of goals and the goals they have conceded is almost half of what they have scored. So we should focus on the positives.”