Silkmen are clicking into gear: Halls
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.
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