Dis­play below par for Halls

Macclesfield Express - - SPORT - SHELDAN KEAY

ANDY Halls felt Mac­cles­field Town side were not good enough dur­ing Satur­day’s 0-0 draw at Bore­ham Wood.

The Silk­men had more pos­ses­sion and shots in the game but couldn’t make their chances count and had to set­tle for a point.

Halls wasn’t happy with the per­for­mance and be­lieves his team need to do a lot to im­prove.

“It’s dis­ap­point­ing and it didn’t feel like we were ever go­ing to score. We cre­ated half chances but we fell away in the fi­nal third,” he said. “We got into dan­ger­ous ar­eas but we need a bit more qual­ity there that can hope­fully help us to score some goals and get back to win­ning ways.

“We didn’t keep the ball as well as we should have done and our work rate was okay at times but it should have been bet­ter through­out the 90 min­utes.

“It’s dif­fi­cult as Bore­ham Wood are fight­ing for their lives so they put ev­ery­thing on the line for 90 min­utes to get the win as they’re des­per­ate, so I think the draw was prob­a­bly a fair re­sult.”

Up next for Mac­cles­field is a trip to Gateshead on Good Fri­day, and Halls is ex­pect­ing an­other tough en­counter.

“Some­times we have been lack­ing fight so we’ll do our best to put that right and get the points.”

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