We can get even bet­ter: Wat­son

Macclesfield Express - - TRAVEL - SHELDAN KEAY

MAC­CLES­FIELD Town as­sis­tant man­ager Steve Wat­son be­lieves his team are still ca­pa­ble of play­ing bet­ter af­ter their 2-0 vic­tory over Ch­ester.

Wat­son was ex­tremely pleased to pick up the vic­tory in the match, but feels his side still have what it takes to kick on and reach an­other level with their ef­forts.

“We can play a lot bet­ter than that, and prob­a­bly have played bet­ter than that this sea­son and yet lost those games,” he said.

“There are still things for us to work on.

“Our fi­nal ball at

‘When it’s near the end and it’s only 2-0 it’s a funny score­line’

times could have been bet­ter against Ch­ester.

“The lads dealt with that threat rel­a­tively well, but when it’s near the end of the game and it’s only 2-0 then it’s a funny score­line.

“It re­ally should have been three or four goals we had scored and then we would have been a lot more re­laxed at the end.

I was still de­lighted with the win though and we now move on to the next game full of con­fi­dence.”

Mac­cles­field will be hop­ing for a sim­i­lar per­for­mance this week­end to when they went up against Wok­ing at the Moss Rose last sea­son, with the Silk­men run­ning out 3-1 win­ners.

Goals from Danny Whi­taker, Danny Rowe and Chris Hol­royd earned the hosts all three points on that oc­ca­sion, de­spite a sec­ond half strike from Den­non Lewis.

Wok­ing did get re­venge though, con­demn­ing Macc to a 1-0 de­feat when they met in the re­verse fix­ture in April., with Gozie Ugwu get­ting the only goal.

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