Executive Chairman of Dreams FC, Kurt Okraku believes Kenichi’s actions of taking to social media to disclose contractual details would have earned him a sack was he in charge of the Phobians.

Kurt, who doubles as the chairman of the MTN FA Cup committee, is clearly appalled by the behavior of the Japanese American labelling it as a political.

For him, Kenichi was unknown prior to his appointment and should be grateful to Hearts of Oak for bringing him into the limelight.

“Per the structures we have in Dreams, our coaches will not behave the way Kenichi has behaved,”he told Joy Sports

“If I was directly responsible for Hearts of Oak, I will fire him.”

“He is the coach. Hearts of Oak has made him popular. Before he arrived in Ghana, nobody knew him.”

Okraku further urged Kenichi to concentrate on his core duties of bringing success to the Phobians on the pitch.

"He is here basically to work as a coach not as a politician. You cannot play people’s minds and hearts against the management and board all because you want to appeal to pity," he added.

"At the end of the day, if you look at the issues at stake, they are no issues. That somebody has not been paid winning bonuses or received a month’s salary. They are no issues."

"Kenichi must concentrate on his core job and work and get results for Hearts of Oak."

"If I was the board chairman of Hearts of Oak, Kenichi will be a goner."

Okraku’s Dreams FC take on Kotoko in the midweek set of matches for the Ghana Premier League.


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