Chesterfield's National League woes continue at home to Halifax

The Spireites lost 3-2 to the new league leaders.

Chesterfield's poor start to their National League campaign continued last night.

The Spireites lost 3-2 at home to Halifax at the Proact, with the home side 3-0 down after 46 minutes.

Manager John Sheridan says he understands why the fans are fed up;

"They must be drained watching us, because they can see in patches we're a good side, but then we're just giving teams goals and advantages.

"I've just got to keep going. I'm finding it very difficult to watch though right now, collectively we're failing big time.

"Right now, I look as though I haven't got a clue what I'm doing, based on the results.

"We've all got to get a grip and turn results around quickly."

Mike Fondop and Joe Rowley found the back of the net in the second half for Chesterfield, but it's now 9 league games without a win for Sheridan's men this season.

The result put the visitors top of the table, whilst the Spireites remain twenty-second.

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