By Ameenu Shardow
Mighty Jets coach Jonas Amissah admits the odds are stuck against his team in their fight for Premier League survival.
The Tudu-based club slumped to their 11th defeat of the season after succumbing to a 1-0 loss to New Edubiase at the Accra Sports Stadium on Thursday.
The defeat leaves Jets just a place above the relegation zone on goal difference with three games left to go.
And Amissah who recently returned to the club he quit six months ago to steer them off the relegation threat sees their chances fading away with matches running out.
“It has been a disappointing performance, I am not happy with my team today,” he said after the Edubiase loss.
“With this result our chances of escaping relegation is very very slim. We have to win one away game and see what we can do in our last games.”
Mighty Jets face fellow relegation-threatened Wassaman United next before hosting Hearts of Oak and then ends the season away to dethroned champions Berekum Chelsea.