Kenichi Yatsuhashi is on the verge of joining current league champions Aduana Stars eight days after leaving Inter Allies.
According to sources, the former Hearts of Oak trainer has been spotted in Dormaa as the club prepares to name a successor after mutually parting company with Yusif Abubakar.
With two months left on his contract, Yusif was shown the exit door after it appeared he had been in constant negotiations with Hearts to replace departed Henry Wellington. Aduana is reportedly to have been peeved and decided to cut ties with him with immediate effect, according to sources.
Yatsuhashi on the other hand left Allies in a similar fashion after the end of the first round, when his conduct was labelled as gross insubordination towards management.
He managed to placed the ‘Eleven-is-to-One’ boys on 6th position with 26 points after the end of the Zylofon Cash Premier League first round.
Kenichi, who is not new to the local terrain after formerly handling Hearts and Inter Allies, will have to hit the ground running as they prepare to have AS Vita Club next week in the Confederation Cup.