Hearts coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi
Hearts of Oak coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi feels his side has been just unlucky with their finishing in their pre-season games played so far.
The Japanese trainer is still chasing his first win since being appointed coach of the Phobians three months ago.
Hearts have suffered defeats in all of their prominent pre-season games with WAFA inflicting the first loss to the Phobians with a 4-1 win.
The Ghanaian giants then lost both games of their double friendly against Al Ahli in Tripoli.
These poor results have heightened concerns over the team’s capabilities going into the new season.
But coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi feels the side has been out of luck in their attacking departments but remains confident his ‘good’ attacking line will eventually come good.
“People are talking about we conceding but we had about four or five definite chances,” he said.
“We are creating a lot of chances but we are unable to score.
“We have one good striker, Foovi Aguidi and two young strikers.
“I think we need that break for us to start scoring and I hope we remain patient for this to happen.”