Hearts of Oak have officially unveiled Kenichi Yastuhasi today as their new head coach and he will be in charge of the club’s dug out for the next two years.
The Phobians ended their search for a new trainer following the appointment of Japanese-Trainer and he will be replacing already sacked coach Herbert Addo.
The unveiling was done at the club’s secretariat in the presence of the media and two key Hearts of Oak management committee members namely, Gerald Ankrah, the Managing Director of the club and Joe Addo, the International Relations Manager of the Phobians.
The Japanese-American trainer says Hearts of Oak is a big club and is ready promote their brand,
“Hearts of Oak is one of the biggest clubs in Ghana and Africa as a whole, this morning I met the players and tomorrow I will officially start work. My aim is to rebrand Hearts of Oak and so to take the club to the top,” he said at his unveiling.