Former Accra hearts of oak head coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi, who mutually parted ways with the Phobians before the second round of GhPL, has jumped to his Facebook page to appreciate the work of Ghanaian journalists and thanked phobia supporters for their massive support he received during his short stay in Ghana.
The Japanese-American added a photo of him and his back room staff when Hearts lost 0-1 to their arch rivals Asante Kotoko in the first round of the GhPL version of "El- Classico".
"For all journalists in Ghana, I appreciate if you don't call me on my phone at 2:40 AM in Japan. It is 9 hours in advance from GMT."
"For all who want to know what I am up to, There is no news; I am looking at all directions including but not limited to GHPL clubs".
The 46 years old Japanese-America added;
"For Hearts supporters who have been reaching me since I left, "Thank you for your support and trust. I had wonderful memories. I am disappointed how Hearts did after I left, and I hope the team will do better in 2016-2017 season".
Yatsuhashi concluded; "I apologize for not able to respond to every and each comments and messages I have received."
God bless you all.