Legon Cities FC coach, Maxwell Konadu admits the club is in a difficult times with the league set to wrap up this weekend.
The Royals are not safe as they find themselves among a pool of clubs battling relegation in the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League.
They lie 14th on the league log on 39 points, same as Liberty Professionals from 33 games.
They are just a point above 16th and 17th placed Ebusua Dwarfs and Elmina Sharks respectively with Inter Allies already relegated on the 18th spot with 26 points.
Legon Cities have just been dragged into a legal battle with Elmina Sharks for fielding an unqualified player, Mohammed ISSAKA in their week 33 game at the Nduom Stadium which they lost 2-0.
Maxwell Konadu said they need to fight hard to survive.
“It’s a difficult time for us [technical team] and for the team in general but like I have been saying, football is about risks and uncertainties.
“So we have to just work hard and make sure that we win our game.
“The spirit in camp though maybe down for now but I think that till Sunday we can do a lot to go on with our game.” Maxwell Konadu said.
Legon Cities play their final game of the season against Eleven Wonders at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, July 18 season at 3:00pm