Former head coach of Accra Hearts of Oak, Kenichi Yatsuhashi has disclosed he regrets Hearts of Oak management couldn’t allow him to finish the season.
The Japanese tactician rejuvenated the team when he was appointed as the head coach of the club and brought much excitement in the league with Japanese committee in Ghana attending league matches in the various centres.
Kenichi and the management parted ways when he asked permission to leave for three weeks but the management of the club parted ways with the Japanese tactician replacing him with Sergio Traguil.
Supporters of the club demanded the management of the club to bring back Kenichi by creating hash tags on tweeter.
Speaking to Asempa Sports, Kenichi said, “I am looking forward for a new club but I am not busy at the moment.
“I love the way my players played but I am not sure my presence made the league better but I always try to do my job as the head coach of the club.
“My job is to win the game and make the supporters happy but there are a lot things I wish I could have finish but I deeply regret I couldn’t finish with what I planned for the club because I asked for a permission to leave for three weeks for Yaw Preko to take over but the management refused but I regret I couldn’t finish the season with Hearts of Oak.”
Quizzed if he will return to the club, he said, “If Hearts of Oak want me back, I am willing to listen to them but I will not return to the club with the same conditions within the club.”