Former Ghana international, Yaw Preko, has stated categorically that he will stick with Inter Allies Football Club (FC) despite the departure of his long-time friend, Kenichi Yatsuhashi to Aduana Stars.
Inter Allies and Kenichi Yatshuhashi broke ties after the latter had led the La-based Club to a fifth place finish at the end of the first round of the Zylofon Cash Premier League.
Mr .Preko has been appointed as a stop-gap coach following the exit of the Japanese trainer, but according to reports, he will be connecting with Yatsuhashi for the fourth time in his coaching career – having worked with him at Hearts of Oak, Ifeanyi Ubah and Inter Allies.
However, during an interview with Ohene Bampoe-Brenya on Happy FM’s Anopa Bosuo Sports, the 43-year-old coach dismissed claims and reaffirmed his commitment to continue with the Capelli Boys.
“I am won’t join Kenichi at Aduana stars because I am currently with the national team and still with Inter Allies. My number one priority is to help the national team. I don’t know what will happen in the future but as at now, I won’t join Kenichi,” Preko said.
“I don’t think Kenichi moving to a team that’s playing in a competition should be a big deal. We don’t know when the league will resume probably next year,” he added.