Interim Hearts of Oak coach Sergio Traguil has stressed that the word ‘pressure’ doesn’t exist in his books adding the he is hopeful of his side’s win on Sunday against Dreams FC in Accra.
The Portuguese tactician was employed as the club’s youth team coach but due to the departure of Kenichi Yatsuhashi – Traguil has been asked to act as head coach until the club’s finds a substantive trainer.
Traguil last Wednesday supervised the club’s training ahead of their match day 16 against Dreams FC who they drew 1-1 with in the first round.
And the 36 year-old trainer has indicated that he is not under pressure to act as head coach of the club.
“I’m a coach that I have never been afraid of pressure, for me pressure has been part of my job since I decided to be a coach,” Traguil said in a press conference at the club’s secretariat on Thursday.
On the Sunday’s Premier League game against the Kweiman based club, he said:
“I have watched some few clips of Dreams FC and they are very good but we will take advantage of their flaws.
“I’m optimistic that we will win the game on Sunday, three points is what we need and we will get it,” he added.