Former board member of Accra Hearts of Oak has advised both the club’s head coach and the management to be professional enough to settle any internal wrangling.

This comes of the back of Kenichi Yatsuhashi’s revelations on social media about unpaid salaries of his technical team and winning bonuses of the players.

The Japanese American trainer also took to facebook to reveal his salary and also disclose the fact that he had not been paid for the past two month.

This is expected to generate tension between both the coach and the management team but Aziz Haruna is urging both parties to settle this issue professionally.

“It is very obvious that it was not this current management who signed Coach Kenechi Yatsuhashi but there some things he must get when he demands them because he is the head coach of the club,” he told Asempa Sports.

“The coach was called to discuss contract extension with the management but he informed the management that he will first consult his assistant coaches and if they agree to the request of the management, then he can also go to the extent of signing the contract.”

“All what I want to say is that the coach and the management should be professional enough to settle any internal wrangling because if they don’t settle it and the coach leaves the club, then the management will also pack bag and baggage from the club.”

After losing to division one side, Samartex FC, Hearts of Oak now prepare to play WAFA in week 8 of the Ghana Premier Legaue.


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