joey-antipas2.jpgMotor Action coach, Joey Antipas, has denied reports that there is bad blood between him and club owner, Eric Rosen and that he is under pressure to deliver.

Despite failing to negotiate his side past South African Premiership strugglers Black Leopards in the CAF Confederations Cup, Antipas insists he is not under pressure and has denied media reports that Rosen is not happy with his performance.

“The case is news to me I just read it in the newspapers. As far as I know there’s no tension between us. I’m under no pressure, I’m doing my job as normal and as of tensions I know nothing,” said Antipas.

The Mighty Bulls crashed out of the CAF Confederations Cup after losing 2-0 to Black Leopards in the second leg despite having forced a 1-1 draw in the first leg a fortnight earlier.

Antipas had guided the Mighty Bulls to their first premiership title in 2010 before finishing third last season.

They also lost in the finals of the Mbada Diamonds Cup.