Kenichi insists he won't repeat past mistakes at Inter Allies

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The Eleven is to One manager believes he has acquired enough experience to avoid the mistakes he made during his first stint in the country

Inter Allies manager Kenichi Yatsuhashi has admitted making several mistakes during his first stint with Hearts of Oak in the 2015-16 season but has put his past controversies behind him to become a better coach.

The 48-year-old, who arrived in the country on Friday from Japan, had confrontations with club's top hierarchy and was relieved of his duties by the Phobians despite having an incredible start.

“Having a firsthand experience about Ghana [as well as the Premier League] and coming back to coach Inter Allies is a great opportunity for me," Kenichi told Graphic Sports.

"This is because I made a few mistakes while I was here but now I am more matured and I believe that my experience will benefit the club a lot.

“I know that expectations are high and people will be asking a lot of questions as to whether I can succeed like the first time, so that will put much pressure on me but I will be able to handle it because I live with pressure and it is my nature,” he added.

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Allies battled with relegation in the last two seasons.

The Japanese manager has been tasked to finish within the top half in the 2017-18 season expected to kick off in February.

 

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