Here is the verdict of the Fans Panel after FC Halifax Town’s 1-1 draw at Wrexham.
Man of the match – Michael Collins had his best game to date. He tackled well, threaded some really good passes through to the forwards, and just for a change he didn’t get booked!
Moment of the match – Tom Denton slides in and diverts a cross over the bar. That goes in, and we’d most likely have won. All the same, a point away to the league leaders can’t be a bad thing.
Moan of the match – All the stupid rumours circulating among the fans, most of them incorrectly stating we already had a new manager. Where this rubbish comes from is anyone’s guess.
Man of the match - Sam Johnson- Sam made a good save in the second half but more importantly seemed to catch every corner Wrexham had.
Moment of the match - 45th minute, Scott Garner scored from a yard out, looked well offside, well done linesmen, a stroke of luck for the Shaymen.
Moan of the match - Not much to moan about this week, the officials somehow made a Wrexham red card complicated, resulting in 6 nervous minutes of additional time.
Man of the match - Sam Johnson kept out some good shots from Wrexham and kept us in the game on numerous occasions.
Moment of the match - Scott Garner’s goal was certainly the moment of the match today. There were more than a few highlights from Kosylo and Denton, the whole team seemed to have found a new lease of life.
Moan of the match - The way defenders treat Denton is bad enough but the fact that the officials seem not to notice is worse. Several times today he nearly had the shirt pulled off his back and nothing was done.
Man of the match - Michael Collins, kept the ball well, looked composed and and had an excellent game in the middle of the park.
Moment of the match - Not going to pick out one, but the whole game it was great to see the players actually passing and playing football rather than knocking it long. Showed the players do have the ability to play nice football.
Moan of the match - Awful marking to allow ex Shayman Scott Boden a free header from six yards to give Wrexham the lead. But overall a far better showing than recent times.