Stay Away from social Media


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Ghana international Laryea Kingston has
cautioned players of the Black Stars to stay
away from social media during the period of
the Africa Cup of Nations if they want to
succeed.
The mercurial advised the players to fully
concentrate on the tournament and stay away
from social media since they could be heavily
distracted by comments made about them on
such platforms.
“The players have to desist from social media
and concentrate fully on the tournament if
they want to win. Sometimes, we get
distracted by things people say about us on
such platforms so it will be prudent for the
players to stay away from social media during
the period of the AFCON,” Laryea told
happyghana.com in an exclusive interview.
Laryae added that as a footballer, he knew the
extent to which some vituperation of fans
could negatively affect the performance of
players on the field.
He was however very optimistic about the
chances of the team winning the trophy. “The
players we have currently are capable of
winning the trophy especially at this point
when expectation of Ghanaians is very low.
When Zambia won the trophy in 2012, no one
really expected them to but they managed to
do it because there wasn’t much pressure on
them. I see that there isn’t much pressure on
this Black Stars team because expectations
are low so they can equally stage a surprise
just as Zambia did,” Laryea stated.
They Black Stars are finalizing preparations in
Spain for the continent’s most prestigious
football showpiece.
***Watch out for the full interview with Laryae
Kingston in the Exclusive Interview spot.

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