FC Halifax Town will be hoping to bounce back from the 4-1 New Year’s Day defeat to Macclesfield Town, as they travel to mid-table Maidenhead United in the latest round of Vanarama National League fixtures.
The reverse fixture, played back in September, saw goals from Adam Morgan and a brace from Matty Kosylo earn the Shaymen their third consecutive home victory, stretching their unbeaten run to five matches.
In this section, we look at some of the best reaction from social media this week:
Shaun Harris @Shaun_H_1990
On a personal level 2017 was outstanding. 1st Wedding Anniversary, Promotion with @FCHTOnline and the arrival of my boy Matthew
Stephen Rushton @StephenRushton2
Weird. @FCHTOnline may have lost 4-1 but not too disheartened. Can’t complain about effort from a patched-up side disrupted further just prior to the game. Scoreline flatters them. We go again on Saturday #fcht #CmonShaymen
positively shaymen @positiveshaymen
(Replying to @StephenRushton2 @FCHTOnline)
Thought the same. @Josh_MACDONALDD was outstanding, yet again! What a player, when he’s on song.
Billy Painter @BillyPainter93
Despite a 4-1 defeat, I’m very upbeat about today’s result. Some horrific calls from the referee didn’t help our cause and I thought we played alright overall. Plenty of positives. @FCHTOnline
Probably a game too soon for @FCHTOnline, but it’s been a superb effort this last month. Never known injuries hit us so consistently and hard, we need some better luck on that. Still ticking along well though, the players are digging in hard and it will all pay off soon #believe
Mark Dennis @MarkDennis1987
@Josh_MACDONALDD man of match for @FCHTOnline for me. Our only threat beat their full back every time. Class. Need another outlet on left
AFC Halifax @AFCHalifax2006
What a signing Michael Collins is, a quality addition to the @FCHTOnline squad
FC Halifax Town @FCHTOnline
RIP | @FCHTOnline would like to pass condolences to the family and friends of Town fan and match day programme seller Martin Naylor who has sadly passed away. Rest in peace Martin
Bill Tait @TaitBill
(Replying to @FCHTOnline)
Martin was a valued work colleague and genuinely top guy who will be sadly missed.
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