Kotoku Royals coach John Eduafo is confident his team will survive relegation despite their atrocious form and a poor run of results throughout the entire season.
Kotoku Royals who joined the Premier League have spent virtually the entire season at the bottom of the league and have struggled to even move a place upward.
With just five wins and 15 losses, they have just 17 points out of 22 games and are the worst defensive side having already shipped in 35 goals.
They have, however, had a slight surge in performance, having won twice and drawn once in their last five games.
After their latest defeat to Accra Hearts of Oak on Sunday, John Eduafo assured fans that it wasn’t over as his team is capable of turning things around with the matches left on the season’s calendar.
“We will survive. I am very confident that we will survive. We will do everything possible to win the rest of the matches ahead and survive,” Eduafo said after the game.
Kotoku Royals will try to seek a win against 15th placed King Faisal when they clash on Friday.