2015/16 Ghana Premier League season was a very torrid one for the ‘Eleven Is To One’ for many reasons. Not only did Inter Allies fight to survive relegation, they had to wait till the final day of the season to reclaim the premier league status.

We take a numerical look back at Inter Allies’ 2015/16 Ghana Premier League season:

38 – At the end of this year’s domestic campaign, Inter Allies finished the season with 38 points, 12th on the league table 6 places lower and 4 points less than the previous campaign.

34 – Inter Allies scored the second-most goals in the league, joint with Medeama SC.

33 – The number of players who represented Inter Allies this season.

31 – The ‘Eleven Is To One’ conceded 31 goals (12 home, 19 away).

29 – Prince Baffoe became the player with most appearances for the club in the 2015/16 season, featuring in 29 games missing just a game.

26 – Ibrahim Alhassan started 26 games; the club’s highest this season.

25 – Ibrahim Alhassan completed the most number of matches.

19 – Osei Kwame was the most used Inter Allies goalkeeper.

18 – Emmanuel Nettey and Osei Kwame started and finished 18 games each, club’s 3rd best this season.

17 – Abdul-Halik Hudu made 17 starts on his debut season in the country’s elite league after getting promotion from the youth team.

16 – The number of players who were handed their ‘Eleven Is To One’ debuts this season – 3 from the youth team and 3 were foreigners.

13 – Ropapa Mensah who featured 22 games was substituted off more than any other player in the team.

12 – Prince Baffoe had the most appearances, 12 of them he started from the bench – more than any Inter Allies player.

11 – Inter Allies had 11 different goal scorers this season.

11 – Eleven games were drawn (6 home, 5 away)

10 – The amount of defeats Inter Allies suffered throughout the campaign (1 home, 9 away).

10 – The number of clean sheets (7 home, 3 away) 10, were kept this season, equally shared between goalkeepers Kwame Osei and Kwame Baah.

9 – Striker Frederick Boateng finished the season as the club’s goal king with 9 goals – the same amount as last season’s top scorer, Sheriff Deo Mohammed.

9 – The number of matches ‘Eleven Is To One’ won this season.

8 – The number of matches won at home.

7 – Gockel Ahortor scored seven goals this season, his career best.

6 – After winning just one in the opening 6 games, Inter Allies were unbeaten in the last 6 games on the way to beat relegation.

5 – The number of penalties scored this season, with the spot-kicks tucked away by Prince Baffoe, Frederick Boateng and Gockel Ahortor.

5 – Inter Allies’ highest scoring game saw 9 goals as Hearts of Oak came from 2 goals down to beat the ‘Eleven Is To One’ 3-2 at the Tema Sports Stadium.

5 – Gockel Ahortor scored 5 free kicks, second highest in the league.

4 – The club’s biggest wins came in 4-0 wins each over Bechem United and New Edubiase in Tema.

4 – Four different goalkeepers were used, Osei, Kwame, Kwame Baah, Kingsley Kissi and Salifu Saed.

3 – Three players were sent off – Lord Ofosuhene, Sulley Mohammed and Frederick the players red carded.

2 – The number penalty missed this season, Wahab Ackwei’s kick was saved against Dreams FC, Frederick Boateng skied his against Sekondi Hasaacas.

1 – Haruna Shaibu, Salifu Saed, Kingsley Kissi and Michael Touray featured only once this season.

1 – Evans Mensah, Edward Adjaklo, Abdul-Halik Hudu, Emmanuel Nettey, Enoch Adu and Frederick Yamoah scored a goal each this season.

1 – The number of away games won.

1 – The club registered only one defeat in Tema.

0 – Despite a difficult season, Inter Allies never failed to score at home in the 15 matches played at the Tema Sports Stadium.

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