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Hearts coach lauds the work rate of his players

Kenichi Yatsuhashi WhiteKenichi Yatsuhashi,Hearts coach

Hearts of Oak Japanese trainer Kenichi Yatsuhashi has lauded the work rate of his players in the ongoing Ghana Premier League claiming they are very fit for the challenge so far.
The Phobians have scaled through the league with astonishing form brushing aside all their opponents claiming ten points in four matches.
The playing body has received all the plaudits for their strength so far and the head coach says he is happy with the work rate of the players.
“I am very much impressed with the work rate of the players and that makes me happy,” Kenichi said.
“But I must quickly say that we have a long way to go so we still have to keep the form and maintain the lead to make the fans happy.”
The Japanese trainer came under immense criticism after his appointment as the head coach of the side with many former board members describing him as a ‘Toyota Engineer’.
But the former Aspire Academy trainer has proved his critics wrong by winning three matches with a draw in four matches as the unfancied Phobians are yet to taste defeat.


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