Posted On Monday, 8th April 2013
Ghana winger Albert Adomah insists his bottom-placed club Bristol City can avoid relegation with just five matches to play in the English Championship.
Bristol City are currently bottom of the English second tier with 40 points from the 41 matches they have played so far this season.
The club compounded their woes on Saturday when they were beaten 3-1 by Burnley with the Ghana international scoring in the match and winning a penalty that was wasted.
The result was their third defeat in four games that has left them eight points adrift of safety at the foot of the table.
Despite their latest setback and the unlikely possibility of beating the drop, Adomah believes in the possibility of escape.
He told The Post: “It is such a shame we have not won today. Had we taken the three points we would have kept up with the other teams just above us.
“We have to be positive, because it is not over yet. If you check out the maths, we can still stay up if we win our last five games.
“If we can win four of them, then we will have to rely on other results going our way. We are still in it and we are not giving in yet.
“We will all try and keep the spirits up and encourage one another. We may be down, but we must make sure we are not out. We must believe that we can still survive.”