Hearts of Oak, one of the oldest and most successful football clubs in Ghana, has been in the news lately following speculations about the possible return of their former coach, Kenichi Yatshuashi.
The Japanese coach had previously led the club in the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League before departing under controversial circumstances. However, according to a recent statement by Hearts of Oak board member Frank Nelson Nwokolo, the door is not closed for Yatshuashi's return.
Hearts of Oak is currently managed by assistant coach David Ocloo after head coach Slavko Matic's departure.
“In a situation where there is always vacancy you will always assume that people will come up with their own solutions and every other thing,” he said.
“We the Board Members are focused; we know what we want for the club,”
“I don’t think if anybody says Kenichi is coming back to the club, I would just smile at it and accept that,”
“It is never impossible in life, for now we saw Lampard go back to Chelsea, someone will say it was never going to happen, but it actually happened,” he ended.