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Inter Allies couldn't pay my salary- Kenichi Yatsuhashi reveals

By Haruna Mubarak
Kenichi Yatsuhashi
Kenichi Yatsuhashi

Aduana Stars head coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi has revealed the reason why he departed Inter Allies.

Kenichi Yatsuhashi mutually left  Inter Allies on 3, June 2018 following lack of local league competition.

After his departure, the Japanese-American trainer was named as the head coach of the Dormaa-based side on Wednesday, July 11, 2018, after signing a one-year deal with the club.

Kenichi Yatsuhashi disclosed that Inter Allies could not pay his salary following the halt of the league hence induced him to depart.

"I never explained why I left inter Allies. It was a mutual agreement between myself and the club," he told Oyerepa FM.

"They couldn't pay my salary anymore because there was no domestic football activity."

"That's the reason why I left Inter Allies because I have a family also to fend for so I had to do something to earn a living."

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The Japanese was on the touchline for the first time as Aduana stars head coach and led the Dorma-based side to their first victory in the CAF Confederations Cup following their 2-1 win over AS Vita in Dorma on  July 18, 2018.