In Wings win

Macclesfield Express - - MOTORS -

their rot­ten re­cent luck.

“I thought for large parts it was a very good per­for­mance, to go 1-0 up and I’m dis­ap­pointed that we’ve been pe­nalised again for a block in the penalty area,” groaned Jody Brown.

“And then we lose a player and go down to 10 men again.

“We were on the verge of it be­ing a mon­u­men­tal ef­fort from our play­ers but a re­mark­ably bad in­di­vid­ual er­ror has let a very good team back into the game.”

Brown could at least count on some sym­pa­thy from his op­po­site num­ber, John Askey.

“We didn’t play as well as we have been and we strug­gled,” he ad­mit­ted.

“I thought we were for­tu­nate to end up with the three points. But a win’s a win, it’s an­other game un­der our belt and we move on.” 2-2 home draw in Oc­to­ber.

TWELVE strikes in all com­pe­ti­tions make Richard Brodie their lead­ing scorer, ahead of John Mars­den (seven) and Con­nor (four).

THIS is South­port’s fifth sea­son in the fifth tier, fol­low­ing their 2009/10 ti­tle-win­ning sea­son in the Con­fer­ence North.

THEIR high­est fin­ish in that time is the sev­enth place they achieved in 2011/12. Last term they were 18th.

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