Ghanaian topflight side Inter Allies is looking for a new coach after it parted ways with Kenichi Yastuhashi.
The Japanese trainer has been relieved off duties for alleged insubordination.
The club's website published a statement with the news.
''Effective today, both parties have parted ways mutually,'' It wrote. ''We appreciate the hard work of Kenichi Yatsuhahsi as Head Coach during the first round of the 2017/18 Zylofon Cash Premier League.''
''We wish to assure our supporters that, Management shall take all steps necessary to find a suitable Coach for the first team.''
Kenichi was appointed in November last year, 17 months after he was shockingly fired by Hearts of Oak.
He guided the Capelli Boys to the 6th position on the league table with 24 points after the end of the first round.
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