Kenichi Yatsuhashi has disclosed that he will leave his position as the head coach of Aduana Stars in the aftermath of their dead rubber clash against Raja Casablanca in the CAF Confederation Cup.
The Fire Boys will engage the Moroccan giants in the final game of Group A of the CAF Confederation Cup on Wednesday.
The Ghana Premier League champions were eliminated from the competition following their 2-0 defeat to ASCE Mimosas in the penultimate match of the group last week.
According to the Japanese trainer, he was tasked to steer the team in the Africa campaign but efforts to meet management has proved futile even though they had requested for a meeting after the loss to the Ivorian giants.
“Per the agreement between us, I will leave post as coach for Aduana after the last match,” Yatsuhashi revealed to Oyerepa FM.
“Our agreement was that I take charge of the team for the Africa campaign because the date for the Ghana league is unknown”
“I don’t want to comment whether I will stay on or not, time will tell.”