We can get even better: Watson
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.