Macc v Welling (Sat, 3pm)
gone in two or three goals up.
“Then in the second half we played well up until they scored and they done us with a sucker punch really.
“The corner came in and they reacted better to the second ball, that’s something we obviously need to improve on.
“When we started to chase the game we struggled to control it like we did in the first half. It’s disappointing but I’m very pleased with how we played and the chances we created in the first half.”
Askey was more than happy with his team’s performance and the way they approached the game, so to be edged out in a closely contested game left him feeling disappointed.
Kristian (Dennis) was excellent, especially in the first half. The system we played suited us, we passed it, moved them about and they couldn’t get near us.
“We created chances that we should’ve scored from and that’s the biggest disappointment, getting into those positions and to miss those chances is criminal really, but the main thing is that we created them.”
WELLING United, nicknames the Wings were formed in 1963 making them 89 years younger than Macclesfield Town
CHAMPIONS League winner Steve Finnan started his senior career at the club
THEY play their home games at Park View Road where they started the season with a 1-0 win against Guiseley
THEIR first televised match was against Altrincham in March 2015. They lost 1-0
THEIR highest league position ever is sixth in the Conference national