New Legon Cities head coach Samuel Paa Kwesi Fabin has deflected talk of him taking a job rife with pressure.
The experienced gaffer was officially unveiled by the Ghana Premier League outfit and that opportunity presented him with a chance to share his plans for the club with the media.
The former Ghana national U-17 Head Coach believes, just like any other job in the world, expectations lead to pressure mounting and is something he is unfazed by.
“I don’t think there is any low pressure job in this world, everywhere there is pressure,” he said during his unveiling.
According to him, the tasks given him fits exactly how he likes to work as a Coach and that alone is enough to pour water on any talk of pressure.
” The fact is that I like working with young guys. And this is what the team has asked me to do, bring a lot of young players so that we can also be a selling team and not only a buying team,” he said.
“And also to do well in the league, place well at a very comfortable position but if something good comes along, we will all enjoy it,” he added.
Coach Fabin takes over from Maxwell Konadu, who left the club at the end of the season.
The 64 year old has had stints with top clubs in Ghana including Asante Kotoko and Aduana FC.
He’s renowned for youth football development, and has worked on projects with Ghana’s U-17 side and we’ll as a spell in Uganda.