An early exit for Aduana Stars Head Coach, Kenichi Yatsuhashi, looks imminent, according to reports picked up Today Sports.
After suffering a humiliating 6-0 thumping at the hands of Raja Casablanca in their final match in the CAF Confederations Cup, the Japanese is reported to be on his way out of Aduana Stars after succeeding coach Yusif Abubakar in July.
Apart from blaming him for the poor display by the reigning Ghana Premier League Champions in the Confederations Cup, the former Accra Hearts of Oak and Inter Allies coach has reportedly been described as a dictator and an autocrat by his technical team.
Speaking on Accra-based Happy FM, the deputy Coach of Aduana Stars, W.O. Tandoh, claimed his boss wanted to dictate to all team members instead of managing the circumstance at hand.
“Kennich wanted people to always do what he wants. He is an autocratic coach and cannot manage situations. He can stop talking to people when you disagree with him. He wasn’t talking to management upon our arrival in Morocco,” W.O. Tandoh revealed
“Kennich gave team selections to a player to announce. He didn’t talk to the players after our training. He refused to enter the team’s dressing room and didn’t return to the bench after recess as Raja drubbed them 6-0. He got mad at the airport the time he was told that he’ll get his visa upon arrival in Morocco,” he added.
Tandoh also dismissed allegations by the Japanese tactician on the engagement of some players in betting activities.
“Kennich is a big fat liar. If he accuses our players of engaging in betting Kennich should mention one player’s name,” he said.
“All those reportage that we had our Jollof rice poisoned are not true. None of our players had runny stomach in Morocco. They experienced stomach upset because of the food they ate in the plane.”
A meeting to take a decision on Kennich has been scheduled in the coming days by owner of the club, Nana Agyeman Badu and Management.
Aduana Stars are out of the competition after accumulating only just 4 points in the competition.