Albert Adomah Won’t Allow Bristol City To Give Up Relegation Fight

Posted On Thursday, 11th April 2013

Albert Adomah is in high spirit despite imminent relegation

Albert Adomah is in high spirit despite imminent relegation

Albert Adomah has urged his Bristol City teammates not to stop believing that they can safeguard their npower Championship status for another season.

Sean O’Driscoll charges have endured a difficult campaign this season which has seen them pick a only 40 points from 41 games.

City are firmly rooted at the bottom of the table, eight points adrift of safety with five games to end the season as their relegation fears worsen.

But Adomah wants to lift the spirit of his down-hearted colleagues by urging them to fight till the end.

“It is important we all stick together, no matter what happens. We have to look at it game by game and not just look at the bigger picture and we have to keep giving it our all in every game right up until the end of the season.” Adomah said

“It can get to you if to think about it for too long,” Adomaa said

“I turn up every day to do my job and I give my best in training and on the pitch in games.

“But that finishes when I go home. I like to spend time with my family and my friends and focus on other things.

“It has to be that way, otherwise you go mad thinking about the situation You cannot afford to dwell on it. You have to remain positive and upbeat when you come to work and be ready to work hard.”

“We all try and keep one another’s spirits up, even though it is difficult sometimes.

“You cannot go about moaning and complaining and feeling negative thoughts. I’m not God and I cannot fix it myself.

The Ghana winger is not refusing to throw in the towel yet: “While it is mathematically possible for us to stay up, we will keep fighting. We will not give in.

“If we can win four of the last five games, then we will still have a chance. The situation looks bad, but we have to believe we can still do it.”

Defeat will not consign the Robins to relegation this weekend, but it will leave them dangling uncomfortably above the trapdoor.