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Oldham Athletic: It’s Been A Long Time

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Posted by FC Halifax Town
Posted on Wed 31 Jul 2019
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31st July 2019: Oldham Athletic Away (PSF)

Josh Macdonald – “I was itching to get on!”

“Its been a long time coming” mused Macdonald.

The Shay faithful made to wait that little bit longer before he made his welcomed return in the 66th minute vs Sky Bet League Two outfit Oldham Athletic last night. “I wanted to get on and get more minutes under my belt. I’ve worked so hard and I was excited to get on! I can’t thank the fans enough; they inspire me to go on and do more. I must also thank the physios who have helped on my journey”.

Indeed, the former Marske United man having waited nearly 18 months and many gruelling hours of rehabilitation, Macdonald a staple of the squad prior to injury was “itching to get on the field of play”.

On Town’s impressive win at Boundary Park he said, “it was a great squad effort, we played really well and we’re all on a high”.

When pressed further on his return, he said “of course the more minutes I can get, the sooner I’ll be back to full fitness – the season starts now so hopefully I can pick up some more minutes and help the team”.

MacDonald had much to say of the arrival of new manager Pete Wild and the Vanarama National League season opener at Ebbsfleet United, “he’s not been in the club a week and already everyone knows what they’re doing and are organised. We’ve got to take this into Saturday’s game versus Ebbsfleet. If we do, I can’t see there being too many problems”.

31st July 2019: Oldham Athletic Away (PSF)

Josh Macdonald – “I was itching to get on!”

“Its been a long time coming” mused Macdonald.

The Shay faithful made to wait that little bit longer before he made his welcomed return in the 66th minute vs Sky Bet League Two outfit Oldham Athletic last night. “I wanted to get on and get more minutes under my belt. I’ve worked so hard and I was excited to get on! I can’t thank the fans enough; they inspire me to go on and do more. I must also thank the physios who have helped on my journey”.

Indeed, the former Marske United man having waited nearly 18 months and many gruelling hours of rehabilitation, Macdonald a staple of the squad prior to injury was “itching to get on the field of play”.

On Town’s impressive win at Boundary Park he said, “it was a great squad effort, we played really well and we’re all on a high”.

When pressed further on his return, he said “of course the more minutes I can get, the sooner I’ll be back to full fitness – the season starts now so hopefully I can pick up some more minutes and help the team”.

MacDonald had much to say of the arrival of new manager Pete Wild and the Vanarama National League season opener at Ebbsfleet United, “he’s not been in the club a week and already everyone knows what they’re doing and are organised. We’ve got to take this into Saturday’s game versus Ebbsfleet. If we do, I can’t see there being too many problems”.

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