Subrata Bhattacharya remains buoyant about his job and feels his immediate challenge is to get Mohammedan Sporting Club’s new players gelling as quickly as possible.
Mohammedan Sporting Club mentor Subrata Bhattacharya is very comfortable with the pressure that comes with being at the helm of the 128-year-old club.
A lot is expected from the veteran tactician who is tasked with restoring the glory days at Mohammedan Sporting Club. Bhattacharya was appointed at the back of a disastrous season where the Black Panthers failed to reach the Nationals of 2018/19 Hero 2nd Division League under previous incumbent Raghunath Nandy.
“I don’t feel under pressure, I feel comfortable, I like the pressure because for me pressure is normal,” Bhattacharya told mohammedansportingindia.com.
“At Mohammedan Sporting Club the mandate is to win every match, it is just sheer common sense. You need to accept the pressure and you need to manage the pressure and exploit the pressure with the positive. I am comfortable in the pressure because it motivates me,” he added.
“I know that this a big club and the fans want to win the trophies, but to win trophies, you need preparation. You need hard work. It’s a process. How quickly we win depends on how the players adapt,” concluded Bhattacharya.