Kenichi’s Diary: “Only the work on the pitch will answer all the questions”

first_imgNewly appointed Hearts of Oak coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi says he can’t be bothered by critics who have questioned his credentials.The Phobians have been mocked by football fans following their decision to appoint the hugely unknown Japanese-American based trainer.His competence is on the line and for many pundits, Hearts have taken a very bad decision. But the 46-year-old in an exclusive chat with Joy Sports noted that he is not perturbed and wants to do the talking on the pitch.“I feel very excited and I know that a lot of hard work is coming and let my work speak for itself,” he said“I had a meeting with management and board and all the things we spoke about will show on the pitch.When asked about talk that he has no experience and is not fit for the job, he note: “I have nothing to say about that at this moment.” Yatsuhashi who has been tasked to win next season’s Premier league says he is not under any pressure to make an impact at the club“The whole country is watching us and I will make sure I make the people happy, I like the pressure and only the work on the pitch will answer all the questions you are asking.”The Japanese American trainer will officially start work on Wednesday after holding a crunch meeting with the management and board members of the club.Click to read:Kenichi’s Diary: Robert Sackey says Hearts new coach is ‘very, very cheap’ Kenichi’s Diary: Nyaho charges new Hearts coach to win next league season Kenichi’s Diary: Robert Sackey says Hearts new coach is ‘very, very cheap’– See more at: http://www.myjoyonline.com/sports/2015/October-27th/kenichis-diary-robert-sackey-says-hearts-new-coach-is-very-very-cheap.php#sthash.yQdK5AN3.dpufKenichi’s Diary: Robert Sackey says Hearts new coach is ‘very, very cheap’– See more at: http://www.myjoyonline.com/sports/2015/October-27th/kenichis-diary-robert-sackey-says-hearts-new-coach-is-very-very-cheap.php#sthash.yQdK5AN3.dpuf– Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

Michelle Wie will ‘take some time away’ from the course

first_img“(I) had an encouraging visit with my doctor,” Wie wrote. “However we both think it’s in my best interest to take some time away to allow my body to heal properly and get stronger. Health is my top priority right now and hopefully I can get back to being pain free real soon. Thank you everyone for staying patient with me. I appreciate y’all.” One of the LPGA’s biggest names will sit out of the busiest time of the season to nurse a nagging hand injury.Michelle Wie, a five-time tour champion and 2014 U.S. Women’s Open winner, announced earlier in the week on Instagram she will take some time away and make health her “top priority.” Had an encouraging visit with my doctor, however we both think it’s in my best interest to take some time away to allow my body to heal properly and get stronger. Health is my top priority right now and hopefully I can get back to being pain free real soon. Thank you everyone for staying patient with me. I appreciate y’all ❤️A post shared by Michelle Wie (@themichellewie) on Apr 23, 2019 at 8:38am PDTWie has been plagued with injuries the past couple of seasons.Last year, her 2018 campaign ended early when the 29-year-old underwent surgery on her right hand to fix a fracture, bone spurs and nerve entrapment. This came after Wie was forced to withdraw in the middle of her round at the Women’s British Open last August because of the injury. View this post on Instagram She returned to the course in February 2019 and finished 23rd at the Honda LPGA Thailand. But, at the HSBC Women’s World Championship, Wie — the defending champion — withdrew 14 holes into her first round due pain in her hand.Wie again withdraw from a chance to comeback at the Kia Classic in March and missed the cut at her next two events.last_img read more