Spireites secure their place in the futsal national championships in dramatic fashion after final day victory over Notts County.
ontained two red cards. Marcus Beddoe struck five goals with Reece Nuttall scoring twice and Jack Yeoman also finding the net. Futsal team defeated Notts County 8-3 on Wednesday in a thrilling game that also c’B‘The Chesterfield
ips, the pressure was on, but a dramatic final day of results saw them take the league title on goal difference and claim their place in the finals.The Spireites started the day in third spot, behind West Bromwich Albion and Derby County. With only the top two advancing to the national championsh
Chesterfield went into the game against Notts County knowing that a winning margin of at least five goals was needed in order to secure a place in the national championships.After West Brom had earlier claimed a 4-0 victory over league leaders Derby,
”ads have all done really well. I have been looking after them for the last four weeks and they have trained hard and are now beginning to understand their roles a lot more.The l“Manager Chris Mellor was delighted with the victory. He said:
“cess. s confident that the team could continue to progress and enjoy sucMellor iWe move on to the national championships now and we are all very excited," he said. "If the lads continue to progress in the manner that they have in the last few weeks, then who knows how far they can go. Maybe we can win it."
e kept playing our own game and got the rewards in the end.s a great achievement for us to qualify for the national championships, especially when we needed to win by such a margin. Despite conceding an early goal, w’It“Captain Dexter Manley, who was named Man of the Match, spoke highly of the character shown by the players. He said: ”
” nationals and test ourselves against the best in the country. Hopefully i can continue to keep scoring and we can go far.It will be a great experience to play in the“s excited at the prospect of playing in the national championships. He added: Beddoe i