Coming to terms with the fact that relegation is staring you in the face and you must fight to save your club as a coach, is extremely sucking.
Coaches spend sleepless night mapping out tactics and strategies to pull their clubs out of the relegation fight.
It becomes increasingly difficult to come out of the relegation darkness when your tactics are not winning games for your club.
One coach who finds himself in such a thorny situation is Inter Allies trainer, Felix Aboagye.
The Capelli Boys lie bottom of the 2020/21 Ghana premier league.
Notwithstanding the tough task, the former Ghana international is not giving up the fight with Inter Allies.
“We are playing at home against Elmina Sharks and we need to start winning games.
“Because it is not over yet because we need some two wins to get our pack back on the league log and we need to do that as soon as possible.
“When we can win at home and we come to away and win I think we can climb the log.
“So all is not over yet, we have to organize ourselves and make sure that at least we win our game.” Felix Aboagye said.
Inter Allies lie bottom of the league table with 16 points from 22 matches.
The Eleven is to one boys last weekend fell 2-1 to Bechem United in match day 22 which further deepened their relegation woes.
They will next play Elmina Sharks at the Dawu Park and must win to at least give them a glimmer of survival hope.
Felix Aboagye was installed as head coach following the exit of Serb, Danijel Mujkanovic.
He started off well with Allies but their grove seems to have died down along the way.
Allies defeated Karela United 2-0 under Felix Aboagye but they have since lost their last three games, 1-0 to Hearts of Oak and King Faisal away and home respectively and 2-1 to Bechem United away.