Chorley boss Jamie Vermiglio was looking for frontman Shaun Tuton to give his side an extra edge in the weekend’s goalless draw with Chester, Cheshire Live report.
Vermiglio opted to hand a start to former Chester striker Tuton on Saturday just 24 hours after he joined the club on loan from Spennymoor Town.
It wasn’t, however, a fruitful afternoon for the forward who found Chester’s defence in miserly mood.
Vermiglio said: “I felt that starting Shaun Tuton with his pace and with Chester being his previous club I was more in favour of starting him than one of the other boys.
“I thought he did alright, he was lively and caused them a few problems and pushed them back. But he worked hard and that’s what we’re all about.”
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