Macclesfield captain Mike Finnemore has found the weekend off for The Blues has come at a welcome time as it gives them the time to recollect and prepare for a run in where they will look to restore pride into The Blue shirt at Priory Park.
“The break was needed, at this time in the season there are a lot of damaged bodies at the club. With it being a long a physical season breaks like this are really welcomed and its a good chance for the guys to relax and get a little bit of down time.”
The Blues have four games remaining in the season, with two of those being at Priory Park. Macc have been without a home win so far and the young skipper is willing to put it all on the line in those final two games to get the home win the fans deserve.
“We are looking for that illusive home win. It is of great importance in my opinion not only for the supporters that come to the home games and deserve to see a win but also for the players. The players need to believe that priory park can once again be a fortress where it is tough day out for any opposition to play against us.”
With The Blues’ fate already decided, Finnemore believes it is also important The Blues begin to build towards next season. He feels this can be achieved through player development and getting some momentum going into it.
“We have to start prepping for next season with the emphasis on development as a squad and getting a run of good games going.”