Ghanaian league Champions Aduana Stars have sacked manager Kenichi Yatsuhashi, after only two months in charge of the Dormaa based club.
Kenichi was appointed after previous manager Yussif Abubakr was fired, but he presided over a poor CAF Confederations Cup group stage campaign and also had his appointment terminated.
The decision to fire Yatsuhashi was taken after a crisis meeting held Monday in which he was present.
The meeting resolved, by mutual consent, that the club part ways with their Japanese trainer.
Aduana had an ignominious end to their Confederations Cup campaign, losing 6-0 to Raja Casablanca in Morocco.
Kenichi has previously coached Accra Hearts of Oak and Inter Allies in Accra and Tema respectively.