Inter Allies interim coach, Felix Aboagye  says his side will survive relegation despite the challenges ahead.

Aboagye is optimistic his side will maintain their Ghana Premier League status at the end of the season despite still lying bottom of the table.

The former Ghana international who succeeded sacked Mujkanovic says his first task is to lead the Capelli side to win more points and get out of the relegation zone.

He explains the club must pick more points from away games to avoid the drop

“[My first task is] to be able to gather some points and make sure we win some games, climb up on the league table and take Inter Allies out of the relegation zone,” he said after their 1-0 loss to Hearts on Sunday.

“I know it is a tall order even in your minds, you’d be thinking that we cannot do it but in football, anything can happen.

“So, we are not worried at all–there are a lot of games to be played and we will get out of the relegation zone.

“We will survive, in football everything is possible – don’t write us off we didn’t start the season well but others will fall and we will rise because we are a great team and we will push hard to maintain our Premier League status.

“Our away performances/results [need to improve], we can win all our home games but look at the position we find ourselves.

“We have to be picking points from the away games because if we should be losing all the away games then we’d be in trouble.”

Inter Allies are 18th on the league log with 16 points after 20 games and will host King Faisal on Sunday in matchday 21 at the Theater of Dreams in Dawu.


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