FC Halifax Town travelled to Cumbria last weekend to face Barrow the third time the two sides have met this season and the score finished 0-0.
Shaymen TV caught up with Scott Quigley after the game to get his thoughts and feelings about the game.
He said, “We were really good, positive, we were pretty unlucky not to go in up at the break which especially with they had the wind behind them I thought that we had managed the game well.”
He mentioned the team spirit of the side at the minute saying : “it expressed how good the team spirit we’ve got and the actually gut that we’ve come here and drew when these are on a really good run, everyone thinks we should’ve gone on and won the game, that’s a positive but its one of them at the end of the day sometimes you get them sometimes you don’t.”
He took some positives out of his own performance from the game which he elaborated on saying “I feel I did everything but score really, first half I thought I did well, before coming here I have only been here 2 weeks I’m getting my full fitness when I do hit my first goal they will just come.”
Tomorrow we face Salford who are flying high in the National League we asked him what was he expecting from the game: “I just see it as every game I play, maybe Salford are the exception, but I’ve played in the league before and I’ve been fighting in the play offs, I’ve played against the best in the league so you sort of know what sort of team they are about, they’ll be physical and obviously they’ve spent a lot of money but we’ve got nothing to lose”
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