Inter Allies’ aim to climb out of the relegation battle hit a snag on Monday against Legon Cities FC.
The Capelli Boys were brought down to their knees at the Accra Sports Stadium by the Royals in match day 28.
Cities striker, Cephas Doku’s 57th minute strike was enough to rake in all three points.
Inter Allies coach, Felix Aboagye says his charges let themselves down.
“We need to play above ourselves because going to away to go and take three points, you need the players to lift up their game.
“Unfortunately today [against Legon Cities] we didn’t do that.
“The players were down, they couldn’t put their passes together, we couldn’t function like a team.
“Going to away like Legon Cities, you need to play above yourselves.
“We are not doing that and today, we didn’t get that three points that we needed.
Felix Aboagye says the entire team let itself down by conceding a very soft goal.
“We let ourselves down because the goal was too soft to concede.
“We are much better than that because we have been so well.
“We beat Medeama 3-0 last week before we came into this game so we had high hopes.” Felix Aboagye said.
Inter Allies are still bottom of the league table with 26 points from 28 matches.
The Eleven-Is-to-One Boys have a tall mountain to climb against Asante Kotoko in week 29 on Sunday, June 13 at the Dawu Park.