Aduana Stars head coach Kenichi Yatshuhashi has confirmed he will leave his post after the clash against Raja Casablanca in Morroco in the CAF Confederations Cup.
The Aduana Stars head coach will be at the dugout in the final game of the CAF Confederation Cup on Wednesday as the Ogya boys lock horns with Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca.
The Japanese tactician in an interview with Oyerepa FM said he would leave after the Raja clash due to the agreement he had with the Dorma-based team.
"Per the agreement between us, I will leave post as coach for Aduana after the last match," Yatsuhashi said.
He explained the reason for his appointment as the head coach of the team.
"Our agreement was that I take charge of the team for the Africa campaign because the date for the Ghana league is unknown"
"I don't want to comment whether I will stay on or not, time will tell.”
The Ghana Premier League champions were booted out of the competition following their 2-0 defeat to ASCE Mimosas in Dorma, Ghana.