Sports News of Thursday, 28 December 2017
Newly appointed Inter Allies Head Coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi says he is returning to Ghana a wiser and more experienced coach.
The Japanese was controversially fired halfway into the 2015//2016 Ghana Premier League season despite the Phobians performing creditably.
The 48-year old has since had stints in Nigeria and Cambodia, before making his comeback to Ghana football by joining last season’s relegation survivors Inter Allies last week.
The former Hearts of Oak trainer said, “I’ve been to many places that have made me wise and more matured and that will benefit my coaching and the club.”
“I have far more experienced now because I know what it’s like to coach in Ghana,” he told Class FM.
Yatsuhashi is expected to take charge of the first team of Inter Allies as well as the youth teams of the Eleven is to One.