Hearts of Oak defender Robin Gnagne has thrown his weight behind under fire Japanese American coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi by insisting the team is improving.
The Phobians have shown little signs of improvement under Kenichi with defeats against WAFA and Libyan side Al Ahli heightening speculations that the Phobians will struggle to compete in the coming season.
But Gnagne says they have improved in the last few games.
‘We are a team in transition it will take some time but clearly we are improving,’ Gnagne told GHANAsoccernet.com
‘There is still a lot of work to do be done but the coach is doing well.’
Hearts of Oak finished a disappointing 13th in the 2014/2015 Ghana League season but will be desperate to improve in the coming season.
By Rahman Osman
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