After the Spireites’ goalless draw at Dover on Saturday, assistant manager Glynn Snodin started off by stating that the players who came into the starting eleven performed well.
“I thought the lads that came in proved their worth,” he said.
“They worked hard and it’s nice to come away from home with a clean sheet.
“We are a bit disappointed that we didn’t come away with all three points and get the goal we were looking for.”
Joe Anyon was one of the seven changes to the line-up to make his first start for the Spireites this season.
Speaking to Spireites Digital after the game, Snodin claimed that he was pleased with how the goalkeeper played on the day.
“I thought he did very well,” explained Snodin.
“He had a back three in front of him that are stalwarts.
“Joe did very well with what he had to do. He threw it out when we had to counter-attack so his overall game was fantastic.”
Jack McKay made his first start for Chesterfield since signing on loan from Cardiff City in January.
Snodin was also positive on the striker’s performance, by saying: “He created a couple of chances himself.
“He had one early doors which the keeper had to get down and save.
“I think everyone that has come in has played their part.”