Michael Collins insists boss Jamie Fullarton is leaving no stone unturned in his bid to help FC Halifax Town beat the drop.
The midfielder has been impressed by Fullarton’s attention to detail since taking charge last week, with Town earning a 0-0 draw at Eastleigh in the Scot’s first game in charge last Saturday. When asked how he had found working under Fullarton so far, Collins, who also coaches Bradford City’s under 18’s, said: “It’s been good. He’s put his structure in place straight away.
“We had a meeting at the hotel on the Friday and we went through some video analysis, which we’ve not really done before. He just laid out very clearly what the roles and responsibilities are for every player, which you need sometimes.
“If you can narrow it down to two or three points for each player and they can focus in on what they want to, it helps the collective unit. I think we showed on Saturday that, without ever really dominating the game, we we were comfortable and I never really thought we were going to lose.”
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