Ghana Premier League side, Accra Hearts of Oak on Monday announced that they have parted ways with their Japanese-American coach, Kenichi Yatsuhashi by mutual consent.
But Kenichi told TV3 in an interview that he had great memories of the club even though he is “bitter” he has not seen through his project.
According to him he had to part ways with the club because he needs 25 days off to attend a UEFA Pro Licence course.
He also denied accusations of misconduct and disobedience to the management of the club levelled against him.
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“Majority are just false accusations and baseless rumours. I walked out of a meeting once in the first week in April. That is a fact. Other than that I never walked out again, never broke furniture and never slammed a door. Those accusations are false. I respect everyone as much as they respect,”he claimed.
Kenichi further stated that the Hearts players he worked with were outstanding and also pointed out that his assistant coaches in Nassamu and Preko were simply brilliant.
Yatsuhashi won eight games in all competitions in charge of Hearts of Oak, drew five and lost three. He was also unbeaten away from home in charge of Hearts.