Inter Allies coach and former Hearts of Oak trainer Kenichi Yatsuhashi, says he would have won the league with Hearts of Oak if he was still at post.
The Japanese coach was at Hearts of Oak two seasons ago and became a fan favourite with his style of football.
However, disagreements with the Hearts board led to a painful departure, amid strong protests from the fans.
At the time Kenichi left, Hearts were sitting in second position and looked set to challenge for the league title, however, things quickly fell apart for the club.
Kenichi now the coach of Inter Allies, saw his side beat Hearts 1-0 in a Zylofon Cash Premier League game played on Thursday, May 31, 2018, at the Tema Stadium.
"First of all I'm sad as an avid supporter of Hearts of Oak that they lost today but I'm happy with our win," Yatsuhashi told Zylofon FM.
"Secondly, they should have kept me, and then we would have won the league and the Champions League. They should have kept me at Hearts of Oak."
Inter Allies are currently 3rd on the league table with Hearts of Oak in 12th position.