FC Halifax Town goalkeeper Sam Johnson is looking forward to a break from Vanarama National League action after a frustrating afternoon at The Shay.
Town lost 2-0 at home to Boreham Wood but remain top of non-league’s highest tier going into the F.A. Cup break next weekend.
Speaking to Shaymen TV, Johnson said: “We’re looking for a better result than last time and I think the lads are looking forward to a break from the league”.
After a second game in a row where Town’s visitors have deployed a back-five in defence, Johnson believes that some teams are now adapting their play to deal with the Shaymen’s attacking threat.
“Maybe they’ve seen games where we haven’t scored and adapted the same game plan,” said Johnson, “but like I said we need to get onto the training ground and look for a win next week.
“The team are just taking it game by game and looking to get back to winning ways.”
The Shaymen face another Yorkshire derby against Harrogate Town next Saturday afternoon in the F.A. Cup Fourth Qualifying round at The Shay, with the winner going into the hat for the First Round proper.
Watch the full interview with goalkeeper Sam Johnson on Shaymen TV.
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