Accra Hearts of Oak’s Coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi says he has recovered from recent back problems and is back at work.
After I went to a hospital on Friday, I am recovered and back to work now. Everything is back to normal with Hearts of Oak!— Kenichi Yatsuhashi (@keni_yats_coach) March 26, 2016
His recovery comes as good news and will certainly set the hearts of many diehard Hearts of Oak fans at ease. The news comes against the backdrop of his rumored collapse and admission to a hospital yesterday on social media and some segments of the Ghanaian press.
The rumors were so rampant that Hearts of Oaks public relation officer – Kwame Opare Addo had to take to the airwaves to rebuff it and reassure the team’s followers.
"Kenichi is okay, he went to see a doctor for an X-ray scan after some pains. I do not think there was any collapse; it was just about some pains he was experiencing, which is normal," Opare Addo said in an interview with Accra based Class FM radio station.
In a couple of short tweets on Saturday, the much beloved coach who has led the charge in reversing the declining fortunes of the club announced on twitter that he is back to work and recovered from his back pain. He also thanked fans of the club for their goodwill messages, comments and phone call.
Thank you for sending so many messages, comments, and phone calls. pic.twitter.com/bs3M8EJy4f— Kenichi Yatsuhashi (@keni_yats_coach) March 26, 2016
Yes, betting Kenichi Yatsuhashi has never experienced such love in his coaching career.
The Phobians are hoping his victory run will continue as they take on undefeated GN Bank Division One side Wassaman United in the MTN FA Cup Round of 64 at the Accra Sports Stadium tomorrow with the Rainbow Shirted Lads eyeballing a domestic double.
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