Kenichi Yatsuhashi is fed up with constantly being bombarded with questions from journalists about his target for Accra Hearts of Oak in the ongoing Premier League.
The Japanese-American coach finally gave up on any intentions ever to answer that question from reporters after Hearts dropped their first point in three matches against Dwarfs in Cape Coast on Sunday.
Indeed, Kenichi, was amazed that despite his constant refusal to answer the question over the past four months, journalists keep pressing on him to reveal it.
“I never set target. I’ve been asked that question for four months and I always decline it so please stop asking that question,” a worried Kenichi lamented.
He however lauded his players for keeping clean sheets in the three opening matches of the league.
“I think we have to give a lot of credit to our players. Our players are doing their best and therefore we are keeping clean sheets so it’s all about our players for working hard”.
Kenichi’s side have been commended for their impressive performance which sees them defend en bloc as a team with a compact midfield football. But the ex-Aspire academy coach believes that does not mean his team is defensive minded.
“I am not making any comment on that because people will judge us in the way they like so they can call us the way they like”.
“I think we have to be balanced between attack and defense but I will let the people judge how they feel about us” he said.
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