Inter Allies interim coach, Felix Aboagye is hopeful his side will overturn woes and avoid being relegated from the Ghana Premier League.
The Tampico Boys impressively defeated Karela United 2-0 on gameday 19 at the Theatre of Dreams in Dawu to keep their hopes of surviving alive.
Inter Allies gave endured a tough time in the ongoing league campaign which saw them had two of their head coaches recalled by parent club Capelli Sport.
Henrik Lehm-Peters started the league campaign with Inter Allies but was recalled after lack of depth in squad complaints, U15 coach of Capelli Sports Danijel Mujkanovic who replaced Henrik Lehm also was recalled ealier last month after an abysmal run of performance.
Speaking to the club’s media, coach Felix Aboagye who was appointed as caretaker until the end of the season said;
“It was a great performance from the players, they worked extremely hard and made sure we had the three maximum points which are very vital for our survival – I want to thank the players for this amazing display and hopefully it propels us to face our challenges.
“With this great performance you saw, I think we are better off than the first round and hope to get much better as the second round unfolds. It’s just the beginning of the second round and we don’t want to swollen-headed because we are not in a good position.”
Inter Allies have won one and drawn one in their first two games at their new venue, Theater of Dreams. According to Aboagye, he hopes to make the stadium a fortress in their bid to avoid relegation.
“Accra Sports Stadium wasn’t favoring us, we needed to move so we came to Dawu. We play much better and compact football here and the stadium is good for us and hopes to make it a fortress,” he added.
“I do not want to put it like it’s the pitch but we are a great team, the players are so fantastic and are adapting to the formation and system we are teaching them.” he concluded
Inter Allies sit bottom on the league standings with 16 points, 6 points drift apart safety after matchday 19.