According to him, the Phobians are just a point behind leaders Wa All Stars which makes it open for him to overtake them and probably win the league for the first time.
Sergio after taking over the baton from Japanese trainer Kenichi Yatsuhatsi has recorded just two wins in eight matches, drawing five times with one loss.
In a post match reaction after the 1-1 draw with Techiman City at the Accra Sports Stadium last Saturday, he noted that current leaders and all the competing teams have made the competition very tough and competitive and made it difficult to win matches and push up on the league log.
He noted that goal scoring has been the problem for the ‘Phobians’ and “we are trying our very best to put the players in good shape and score more goals to make our fans happy.”
“We approach every game with a different mentality but things change in the second half with the players losing concentration in the course of the game”.
“We will go back to the drawing board to make corrections in order to get a positive result for the Rainbow boys.
Hearts will travel to Wa to lock horns with leaders Wa All Stars and Traquil believes a win against the leaders will serve as booster and help him win the league.
Meanwhile fans of Accra Hearts of Oak on a WhatsApp chat group “talkHeartsofOakS/C-1911GH” has donated a cash of GH¢1,000.00 to midfielder, Samudeen Ibrahim to support him following the death of his mother last month.
Presenting the cash to the midfielder, Jean Effarson popularly known as “Shamo” noted it was the group’s gesture to support the player in such trying times.
By Albert Agyeman