Sports News of Saturday, 25 June 2016
Hearts of Oak former coach, Kenichi Yatsuhashi has insisted that he will know his next club in August, after mutually parting ways with the Accra giants on Monday for a Pro-License course.
The 46-year-old spent eight months in charge of the Phobians, guiding them to a fourth-place finish after the first-half of the season with 26 points, two behind leaders Wa All Stars.
“I would like to think about my next coaching job after August 1,” Kenichi wrote on Twitter.
“However, there have been many people already contacting me regarding possibilities. I feel [that] I am very lucky, and I appreciate it. I will make an announcement as soon as I decide on it. Nevertheless, I am not able to make any comment on it at this moment.
“I would like to spend some time with my wife whom I have not seen for so long. Then, I will depart on 8th of July from Japan.
[The] time I will be in Japan is less than ten days. I hope you’ll understand my time is very limited despite the fact I would love to see many,” he concluded.
Kenichi mutually terminated his contract with the Phobian club and was replaced by Portuguese tactician Sergio Traguil who was brought to take care of the academy side and will be on the bench against Dreams FC as the premier league returns this weekend.