Forfar Farmington star Amy Gallacher expressed her disappointment following Sunday’s 1-0 defeat to Aberdeen after throwing everything they had at the Dons to no avail.
The result leaves Farmington 10 points adrift at the bottom of the Scottish Women’s Premier League with four games left and while Gallacher admits it will be difficult, she believes anything can happen in football.
Gallacher hit the post in the second half with one of numerous chances Forfar created, pinning Aberdeen in their own half bar a few occasions late on, a repeat of their defeat to Spartans earlier in the month where they dominated play with no reward.
She said: “I thought we played well especially in the second half but just couldn’t get a goal. We fought so hard and created chances but things just weren’t going out way.
“We were just unlucky in the end I think.
“It’s very frustrating, I feel like everything’s just been against us recently and we can’t get a lucky break. We kept the pressure on Aberdeen but couldn’t get anything in the end which is really frustrating.
“There’s still a chance but I think it’s going to be very hard. We still have to play City and Hibs which is going to be tough but as they say anything can happen.”
Forfar’s task this Saturday will be a huge one as defeat to Hibernian will see them relegated.