Inter-Allies manager Kenichi Yatsuhashi is enthused by the numerous talents in Ghana hence his decision to return to the domestic top-flight.
The Japanese American hogged the headlines in Ghana when he took over as head Coach of Accra Hearts of Oak.
His stint with Hearts of Oak was cut short after he mutually agreed to part ways with the Ghanaian giants.
Yatsuhashi, despite receiving some decent offers opted to join Inter-Allies who hired him to replace Prince Owusu.
The Coach in an interview with the Club’s website interalliesfc.com says the excessive qualities in the Ghana Premier League prompted his decision to return.
“Ghana football has a lot of talented players. They are skillful, works hard, and team oriented players. I want to work with them because many of them posses these qualities. Also, football fans are very passionate. It is exciting to work in Ghana.”
His first test as Coach of Inter-Allies will see his side come up against Liberty Professionals in match-day one of the Ghana Premier League.
By Frank Darkwah