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The Japanese was named Hearts coach in October last year, but parted ways with the side in June following a string of poor results. I promise I will be able to make an official announcement very soon regarding my next coaching job, Kenichi said on his official Facebook page. What I want to point out is that it is not my intention as professional that I talk about what happens to my former club, who I am in contact and in negotiation [with], or which club I will be coaching before [the] appropriate time comes. Time came to move on, and I accepted it. I will not go back there under the same conditions. It is my concern to protect people and organisations regarding my future and potential future club I will be working for. I hope it is clear to everyone that I want to respect everyone involved in clubs I am in contact with (or even clubs that I am rumoured to be but I am not [actually] in contact with). I will not be making any comments about my future until the official announcement is made. According to Hearts and Kenichi, they settled on a mutual contract termination as the latter had to depart for a private assignment. interviewHowever, media reports say the coach was force out after falling out withmanagement.
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