Inter Allies head coach, Felix Aboagye still harbours the club’s survival hopes despite its poor standing on the league log.
A poor start to the 2020/21 Ghana premier league season has pegged Inter Allies bottom of the table.
The “Capelli Boys” have collected just 26 points from 28 matches with six games to end the season.
Felix Aboagye replaced Serb, Danijel Mujkanovic as head coach and has recorded mixed results so far.
Under his watch, The Eleven-Is-To-One Boys have won two matches, drawn one with a paltry seven points out of a possible 15 in five games.
Aboagye says, Allies have a technical chance of staying in the league.
“We have six matches to go, we need to win all the six matches to be able to climb out of the relegation zone.
“I think it is a yeoman’s job to do but football you don’t have to give up, we are still in the league.
“We are not out yet, technically we are not out yet and we need to work very very hard if we want to get out of relegation.” Felix Aboagye told Africa-foot.com.
Allies have a tough test against second place Asante Kotoko in match day 29 at the Dawu Park on Sunday, June 13.
Allies lie 18th with 26 points on the league table.