More to come says Samp­son

Macclesfield Express - - SPORT - SHEL­DAN KEAY

MAC­CLES­FIELD Town for­ward Jack Samp­son in­sists there is still a lot more to come from him fol­low­ing his man of the match per­for­mance against Welling United.

The 22-year-old played a piv­otal role, set­ting up one of the goals as his side ran out 2-1 win­ners at the Moss Rose.

“My per­for­mance was ex­actly how I usu­ally play. I al­ways try and has­sle the cen­tre-halves,” he said.

“I’m still a bit gut­ted I didn’t score as I had a few op­por­tu­ni­ties even though they were just half-chances. I got an as­sist though and the main thing is we got three points.

“I played on the right against Welling as Kris­tian Dennis is more of an out and out striker than me, but I thought I did well when cut­ting in.

“The man­ager had a word af­ter the game with me about show­boat­ing late on but I don’t even know what that means! I think I was just tired, not show­boat­ing!”

Mean­while, Mac­cles­field have added to their squad by sign­ing midfielder Da­mani Hol­ness on non-con­tract terms.

Hol­ness has re­cently been on trial with the Silk­men, and his per­for­mances have im­pressed man­ager John Askey.

He played for North­wich Vic­to­ria last sea­son, while also hav­ing spells for More­cambe and Stock­port County dur­ing his ca­reer.

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