Former Black Stars goalkeeper, Richard Olele Kingston, has threatened to resign from his current job as goalkeepers trainer for the senior national team, Black Stars.
The reason, he said, is a result of the lack of transparency at the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
The threat comes after the 39-year-old alleged that his club, Emmanuel FC is being denied justice by the GFA’s judicial body regarding promotion to the Division One league next season.
In an interview on Asempa FM’s Avenue Two Sports Show, Olele revealed his eagerness to quit as goalkeepers trainer for the national team.
“I’m ready to follow this issue to the latter no matter what it takes. Even if it will take me to quit football and resign as goalkeeper’s trainer I will do it for the truth to come out”.
The former safest pair of hands for Ghana also mentioned that he is not ready to work with an association or be a part of a system which is corrupt.
“It’s easy for me quit because I can’t be part of a system which is not transparent,” he said.
“So I plead with those who will be in charge of this case to be unbiased”.