Silk­men are click­ing into gear: Halls

Macclesfield Express - - SPORT - SHEL­DAN KEAY

MAC­CLES­FIELD Town full-back Andy Halls be­lieves the team is now start­ing to play to their full po­ten­tial.

The Silk­men had a dif­fi­cult start to the sea­son, win­ning just one of their open­ing six league matches.

Back to back wins against Grimsby and Wok­ing over the past few weeks got the team back on track though, and Halls thinks the play­ers are start­ing to bond.

“Ev­ery­one has gelled to­gether well this sea­son and we’re now play­ing as the man­ager wants us to, so hope­fully we can just keep on now,” he said.

“Con­sis­tency has prob­a­bly been the thing that we’ve been miss­ing, but we got back to back wins a few weeks ago.

“Grimsby are one of the big­gest and best teams in the league and they’re bound to be up there at the end of the sea­son. Wok­ing have also done well and we man­aged to beat them too.”

Halls missed one of Mac­cles­field’s games in Au­gust af­ter he was sent off against South­port last month.

The 23-year-old is keen to put that in­ci­dent be­hind him, and en­sures it will not hap­pen again.

“It has been an okay to the start of the sea­son for me per­son­ally, but I’m ob­vi­ously dis­ap­pointed that I got sent off against South­port,” he said.

“I let my­self down with two silly yel­low cards but other than that we’re just hop­ing to get a bit more con­sis­tent.”

Halls is one of Mac­cles­field’s long­est serv­ing play­ers hav­ing been at the Moss Rose since join­ing in 2013.

●● Andy Halls

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