Accra Hearts of Oak coach, Kenichi Yatsuhashi his denied allegations that he has blocking the recruitment of new players to the club. Kenichi stands accused of kicking-against the recruitment of Sadick Adams and Malik Akowuah after the players were reported to have agreed personal terms with the Phobians.
According to sources, the Japanese trainer's stance has placed him at logger-heads with his employers and the Strategic Committee of the Hearts.
Kenichi in a post of micro-blog Twitter described the allegations as untrue adding that he has not blocked the transfer of new players.
Allegation that I blocked signing of new players is not true. I don't block signing of any new player.
">June 1, 2016
"Allegation that I blocked signing of new players is not true. I don't block signing of any new player," Kenichi posted.
According to sources, the former Aspire players development coach told the Strategic Committee he has players good enough to provide him results.
Not true. https://t.co/kwSi1bwrtV
">May 31, 2016
He also added that he has not ‘given Ibrahim Musah enough playing time’ to prove his worth and he will not sign players who will hamper their development into regulars for the team.
The management are said to be livid at his decision, and sources have said they will consider his future soon if he doesn’t change his stand.
The Phobians have spoken to Yussif Abubakar who is unsettled at his current club Techiman City, and have also sounded-out former coach, Kosda Papic on a possible take-over of the club.
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