Heads must have been down after a heave home battering but whatever Paul Simpson and his back-room staff said or did it worked!
Perhaps Saturday's win against Macclesfield hopefully the first of many, can be the turning point of the season?
Let’s hope that this result is followed up with another three points against Bradford at home on Saturday, the day the club are calling ‘Legends Day’.
The likes of Mike Flynn, Tom Bennett, Oshor Williams, Martin McIntosh, Ray Drake and Ken Hodder are all returning to the club in what should be a fantastic day.
The club also found out their opponents in the second round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy as they will face Accrington Stanley in the week beginning 4th October away but they also face them at home on Tuesday 28th September, so maybe they will spot a weakness or two then?
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