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The former Head Coach of Accra Hearts of Oak has made known his affection for the African game and continent, eyeing as well a possible return in the near future.

Sergio Traguil has confessed his desire to swap Arabian club football for that of Africa after a brief spell in Oman with Mirbat SC. His attacking style of play has not yielded much points on the league log with the Portuguese emphasizing on less talent and lack of football culture as the negatives in his new field.

"I will, I don't want Arabia again. No quality, no football culture" when quizzed about his future in Oman. 

Traguil who guided Karbuscorp to 4th in the Angolan league in 2018, has recently been courted by Township Rollers (Botswana), Simba SC and Young Africans (Tanzania), Buildcon FC (Zambia) and and the Swaziland Senior national team. 

He revealed to Gyamfi's Column his desire to return to Ghana to exhibit his tactical prowess once again having guided Hearts of Oak to 3rd in 2016 playing 15 games. 

"People in Ghana did not see Sergio Traguil, not even close. I would like to prove to everybody what I really am as a Coach, the way I did in Angola Premier League".

The attacking minded gaffer had this to say on the continent he worked on for 5 years, "I love Africa!". 

It can be recalled that  Karbuscorp topped the  league in 2018 but lost 15 points for failure to pay Rivaldo's fees. This dented Traguil's high flying season where his side averaged the most goals per game, 1.8.

Can we see a return of the Portuguese to the Ghana Premier League? 
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