Sitting first from the bottom with only five wins in 30 matches, the possibility of relegation is on the increase for Sullay Kaikai’s Dutch side.
Nac Breda came from behind against FC Emmen on Friday at home to secure a point instead of maximum points as they struggled to keep their place next season.
With only four games to go, Nac must win all their remaining matches to keep any hopes of staying at the Eredivisie next season.
The club first from the bottom at the end of the season will be automatically relegated to the second level of the Dutch league system.
Kaikai joined the Dutch club in January 2019 on a permanent transfer making his Eredivisie debut against ADO Den Haag in a 1-1 draw subbed on as a 65th-minute substitute for Giovanni Korte.
A dismal start to the season warranted the outfit to pursue the Crystal Palace attacking talent to revive their hopes of staying up.
However, the winger has only appeared in five games with 182 minutes played since his move and still without a Nac Breda goal.
Battle ! ?
Met nog 5⃣ speelrondes te gaan is dit het programma voor de onderste regionen op dit moment. Welke club(s) zien we volgend jaar terug in de Eredivisie? ??#eredivisie #onsvoetbal #fcemmen #degraafschap #excelsiorrdam #nacpraat pic.twitter.com/O3zyqID3Rt
— Eredivisie (@eredivisie) April 9, 2019
Afgelopen..#NACpraat #NACemm pic.twitter.com/0fmN0BKJ8y
— NAC Breda ?? (@NACnl) April 12, 2019
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