International Allies have officially announced termination of their contract with Japanese coach Kenichi Yatshuhashi seven (7) months after being in charge of the club.
Kenichi signed a one year contract with an option to extend in December but has decided to end his contract with the Tema based side.
He guided the Eleven Is to One club to the fifth position in the first half of the Zylofon Cash Premier League.
With a track record of having misunderstanding with management of teams he has coached, many have wondered why the Japanese left Inter Allies in such a manner.
But sources close to the coach, say his reason for leaving the Tema based club was due to the inactive football environment presently in Ghana.
The Zylofon Cash Premier League is on break while there is an injunction on the Ghana Football Association following the Tiger Eye PI Number 12 documentary which exposed rots in the game.
However, SportsworldGhana.com sources indicate that Kenichi has been eyeing the Accra Hearts of Oak coaching Job and has been having secret meetings with board members of the club whiles on break.
Hearts of oak contacted Inter Allies to ascertain if they still have Mr Yatshuhashi as their coach so they will know how to handle the situation.
Sources say management of Allies then invited Kenichi for a meeting but never showed up for any discussion and refused to also begin training.
On two scheduled meetings, Kenechi never showed up but only turned up last week Saturday and shockingly handed a letter to management of the club to abrogate his contract.
The management of Inter Allies after receiving his letter mutually agreed he walks away as they prepare for the commencement of the second round of the Zylofon Cash Premier League.
By: John Amoako Adu