Hearts of Oak coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi insists positives have been picked up from trip to Libya

Hearts of Oak coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi says his side picked up valuable lesson after playing two preseason games in Libya.

The Ghanaian giants were disappointing in the games after losing 3-0 against Al Ahly and 2-0 against Tehaa Sports.

Hearts have struggled and are without a trophy in six years with sworn rivals Asante Kotoko and recently AshGold winning the Ghana Premier League.

The appointment of Japanese born and American trained Kenichi Yatsuhashi has done little to raise hopes with three defeats in his first three games.

But Coach Keniche Yatsuhashi says there were immerse positives from the trip.

I am happy to be part of bringing positives and enjoyment, but I received more energy from them than I gave them.

— Kenichi Yatsuhashi (@keni_yats_coach) December 18, 2015

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