Macclesfield Town boss John Askey says is happy with the squad’s recent performances
Macclesfield have had some frustating results of late however that does include draws with promotion chasing Dagenham and Redbridge as well as local rivals Chester, who rode their luck for much of the game at the Moss Rose.
Askey said: “The players have played well. It’s fine lines at times. If you keep working hard then things will turn if you’re good enough.”
The Silkmen now face a trip to Walsall in the FA Cup, a welcome opportunity to distract from league form.
On the first round tie, Askey commented: “If we could get a result at Walsall, it would breed confidence and of course help get us back on track. It’s one to look forward to.”
Chris Holroyd seemed to suffered an injury during the game against Maidstone, and Askey believes it isn’t too serious.
He said: “It’s a groin strain. That’s the problem with playing on these kinds of pitches, someone seems to get an injury every time a team plays on here. The pitch played alright though, and possession wise we probably had our fair share.”