'This is an opportunity to clean up the mess at the GFA' - Kenichi Yatsuhashi Featured
21 Jul

'This is an opportunity to clean up the mess at the GFA' - Kenichi Yatsuhashi

Aduana stars coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi has described the current situation of Ghana football as a golden opportunity to tidy up the system.
 
The country's football related activities has stopped following the Number 12 documentary by Anas Aremeyaw Anas and Tiger Eye PI.
 
Yatsuhashi believes it is an opportunity to clean up the muddy in the game though his outfit is being affected negatively.
 
The former Hearts of Oak gafffer added that he knew there was corruption at the FA but got surprised with the number of evidence gathered by the investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas. 
 
"I wasn't surprise of the content but I was shocked with how Anas came up with enough evidence," Kenichi Yatsuhashi told Silver FM.
 
"Not having league matches is really making impact for my players. Not only Aduana stars but all the clubs in the country," he continued.
 
"But I think it's a golden opportunity for everyone to clean up every mess we had. I hope we take enough time to clean all the mess and start afresh," he added.
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