Japanese Coach Kenichi Yatshashi is disappointed at his departure from Ghanaian giants Accra Hearts of Oak.
Yastuhashi, who helped Hearts of Oak to rediscover their dwindling fortunes with an impressive campaign in the first round of the League parted ways with the Club after a meeting with the management on Monday afternoon.
The former Aspire Soccer Academy trainer has allegedly had issues with his employers since the beginning of the season.
The Coach was reported to have stormed out of a meeting with the management of the Club last month.
His departure however came as a shock to many Hearts of Oak fans who have developed a huge adoration for the expatriate following his stellar performance with the Club in the League this season.
The Japanese-American says he is bitter to be leaving the former Ghanaian Champions.
"I'm bitter, I feel so bitter to be in this situation. It is sad that I'm leaving but it is a situation I cannot control,” He told TV3.
The outspoken Coach led Hearts of Oak to an unbeaten run away from home at the end of the first round of the Ghana Premier League.
Hearts meanwhile are expected to confirm Portuguese Sergio Tranguil as the new Coach for the side.
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