Aduana Stars coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi abandoned his team midway through their 6-0 thrashing at the hands of Raja Casablanca on Wednesday.
The American-Japanese trainer refused to head into the dressing room at halftime to give the team talk.
He rather went into the stands where he watched the remainder of the game.
FootballmadeinGhana.com sources suggest that Kenichi felt some of the players were sabotaging him hence his decision to bolt from his post midway through the game.
The former Hearts of Oak trainer’s short term stint with the Fire club is coming to a disappointing end as his side appeared very disorganized in their thrashing by Moroccan club in the CAF Confederation Cup game.
The poor away from of the Ghanaian champions came glaringly to the fore as they were run amock at the Stade Mohammed V on Wednesday night.
Raja qualified to the next stage of the competition as group winners with AS Vita picking the second qualification slot.
Aduana Stars finished last with a paltry 4 points.
By Abdul Wadudu Osman @Football made in Ghana.com
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