Head Coach of Aduana Stars, Keneshi Yatshuashi has expressed his dismay at the current football inactivity in Ghana emerging from the Anas Exposé.
The Japanese trainer believes that freeze on all football-related activities in the country is jeopardizing player performance especially the Dormaa-based side as they continue their campaign in the ongoing CAF Confederation tourney.
Speaking on SilverFM’s midday sports ‘SportsCenter’ with Edmund Osafo Addo, the former Inter Allies coach indicated that despite the importance for the Ghana football set-up to purge the system of corrupt elements, the exercise has a worrying effect on player performance.
“I think not having the league matches is really, really having a big impact on our players and not only our team but every club in Ghana”
“I also think it is a golden opportunity for every one of us to clean up all the mess that we had, so I hope that we take enough time to clean up and start afresh”
Kenichi however expressed shock at the revelations from the workpiece of the ace journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas and Tiger Eye PI agency.
“I wasn’t surprised at the content….I was surprised at him (Anas), for coming up with such an evidence”
Aduana recorded a 2-1 win against Congolese giants AS Vita Club last Wednesday in a Group A match of CAF Confederation Cup match.
The ‘Ogya’ lads were without a win in the first two games following a home draw to Raja Athletic Club of Morocco and an away lose to ASEC Mimosas (Cote d’Ivoire), started the game strongly with new head coach Kenichi Yatshuashi fielding a familiar yet rigorous side.
Two first half goals by strikers Bright Adjei and andYahaya Mohammed was enough for Ghana's Aduana Stars to pick their first three points at the expense of AS Vita of DRCongo.
Aduana Stars take on As Vita Club for the second leg encounter on Sunday July 29 in Congo before they lock horns with Asec Mimosas of Abidjan on August 19 at Dormaa Ghana and Raja Casablanca on 29th August.
Mark F. silveronline24 / SilverFM