Newly appointed Hearts of Oak coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi is unperturbed by the recent criticism from Ghanaian football enthusiast following his recent appointment as head coach for the Rainbow Club.
The Japanese trainer believes he is unique in his own way despite the massive bashings from the football public.
Many have doubted the capabilities of the 46-year-old who is believed not to have any concrete track record.
Yatsuhashi who has signed a two-year deal with Hearts of Oak is hoping to replicate his successful stint at the Ghanaian side.
“I will be coaching Hearts of Oak. I think I am very unique in the sense that I don’t think that any other coach has a similar experience that I have,” he told Starr Fm.
“I have been successful everywhere that I have coached so I'll replicate the same thing for Hearts”
The former Aspire Academy and Suzuyo Shimizu coach is will be introduced to the playing body of the Club today.
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