Fluminense's Rafinha vows to do his best under Renato GauchoGaucho has been in charge at Flu three times already
Fluminense midfielder Rafinha has promised new head coach Renato Gaucho that he will do his utmost for him, particularly as the new man in charge is a club legend.
20 year-old Rafinha is developing a reputation as a man that can operate in a number of positions and has vowed to show Gaucho that age is no barrier to success.
"Renato was an idol at Fluminense. I have a greater responsibility now, to show him my football.", reports lancenet.com.
"He will be watching and I will try to do my best, to stand out in practice and in games, too."
Under a former Fluminense boss, Vanderlei Luxemburgo, Rafinha got his chance in the first team in a period when they won the Brazilian championship in 2012.
Gaucho is revered by Flu fans after taking them to he Copa do Brasil in 2007 and Rafinha appears determined to help deliver similar success this time out.