Kenichi Yatsuhashi has been appointed as head coach of Ghanaian champions Aduana Stars.
The Japanese-American trainer agreed to take up the job less than 24 hours after the club sacked Yusif Abubakar.
Yatsuhashi arrived in Dormaa just about midday Wednesday after agreeing terms with Aduana back in Accra.
Starrsportsgh.com is unable to confirm the details of his deal with the two-time league winners but the former Hearts of Oak and Inter Allies coach is currently supervising his first training session with his new charges.
Yatsuhashi’s first game in charge as Aduana boss will be next week Wednesday’s Caf Confederation Cup home fixture against Congolese side AS Vita Club.