FC Halifax Town left-back Jack Senior has had a stellar start to the campaign, and spoke to Shaymen TV after Town’s 1-0 victory over Aldershot
Senior played a big part in Halifax’s solo goal yesterday afternoon as Town defeated the Shots at the EBB Stadium. He began his interview by giving his thoughts on the match; “It was enjoyable – one of the best results, especially away,” Senior explained. “It’s really positive to keep a clean sheet away from home. I thought the first half was different to the second, because they came out the traps flying in the second half.
“They’ve just got a new manager, so they were going to have their tails up – they came after us and pressed us which made it a cagey affair for the first 20 minutes. Then we got a goal at a perfect time which helped settle us down.
“In the second half, there were times we had to dig deep and defend, but we looked comfortable as a unit, and we still created chances. So, a 1-0 win away from home – I’m happy!”
It’s a cliche, but Halifax’s match could have been deemed the definition of a game of two halves; “I’d agree in saying it was a game of two halves,” Jack answered. “Aldershot did threaten us in the first half, and we had to be ready for what they threw at us. As I said, in the first half we scored at the right time.
He added; “Then on the other hand, in the second half we had to deal with a spell of pressure from corners, free-kicks and balls into the box, but I thought to a man, we stood up to what they had to throw at us. I’d say we were comfortable, however, not every game will be like the ones we’ve already played – we will need to fight for some matches, especially away from home.”
Senior ended his interview by speaking about his contribution to Town’s winning goal; “I think I wanted the ball to come to me initially, and then when it finally found its way to me, I heard the shouts and played it across before it got into the box to Billy. Everything Billy touches turns to goals at the minute!”
Watch the FULL INTERVIEW on Shaymen TV
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