Ghana Premier League champions Aduana Stars have mutually parted ways with Japanese trainer Kenichi Yatsuhashi.
The former Inter Allies coach took charge of the club for two months.
According to Ghanasoccernet.com, the decision to terminate the contract of the Japanese-American coach was reached on Monday evening after the two parties met over the future technical direction of the team.
The decision followed the club's exit from the CAF Confederation Cup group stage after suffering a 6-0 thrashing in hands of Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca in midweek.
Aduana are expected to appoint a new trainer in the coming weeks.
Kenichi has now coached three Ghana Premier League clubs namely Hearts, Inter Allies and Aduana Stars.
He guided Inter Allies to 6th position in the halted Ghana Premier League.
He is now expected to return to his native Japan and take up a role as head coach at any club in his country.