Head coach of Ghanaian top flight side Hearts of Oak David Duncan has revealed that he is not happy at the club and says it is possible he might leave at the end of the season.Speculations of his resignation at the end of the season are rife in the local media and speaking to Asempa FM’s Kofi Asare Brako on the ultimate sports show, the former Ghana national U-23 coach did not rule that out.“I am at the apex of my coaching career domestically and coaching Accra Hearts of Oak is the highest point,” Duncan said.“I am having some challenges but I am not the type of person who suffers in silence. I let it out and to anybody who has the right to know and the people who have the right to know are not only my employers.“I let anyone who asks me about my job know the truth. I am not a hypocrite to say I am happy if I am not.“I express my frustrations, my challenges and if things continue this way, we might not meet the target we have set for ourselves and I don’t want to be held responsible for it and if push comes to shove, I will do the honorable thing.” Duncan’s performance has earned rave reviews after taking the club from a relegation position to compete for a top four finish.
A Battle Ground man found guilty of causing a deadly 2015 crash on state Highway 503 was sentenced Wednesday to more than two years in prison, but he will remain out of custody while he appeals his convictions.Clark County Superior Court Judge Scott Collier sentenced Dean Imokawa to 26 months in prison, the low end of the sentencing range, in spite of the prosecution’s request for a mid-range sentence of 30 months. Imokawa potentially faced a sentence up to 34 months in prison.Collier acknowledged that the sentence may be hard for the victims to understand but said Imokawa, 48, has no prior criminal history. The court also received about 30 letters of support on behalf of Imokawa from community members.Sentencing to the low end is appropriate in some cases, Collier said, and added that if Imokawa’s case is not an example of that, he didn’t know what is.A jury found Imokawa guilty of vehicular homicide and vehicular assault, both caused by disregarding the safety of others, in January. He was acquitted of a charge of reckless driving, and jurors could not agree on whether recklessness played a factor in the other convictions.