After the Spireites’ 3-3 draw at Bromley on Tuesday night, John Sheridan stated that his side showed character to score a late equaliser but put forward that they shouldn’t have been in that position.
“After the first half and going in 1-0 I’m expecting us to win the game,” he said to Spireites Digital.
“The biggest thing is that we made it so difficult.
“I’m not focussing on how we are actually playing but just getting the points on the board.
“It’s still tight at the bottom. We’ve ended up getting a lucky draw, but we should never be in that position.
“We’ve shown a bit of character but it should have never got to that situation.”
Jerome Binnom-Williams scored his first goal in Chesterfield colours on Tuesday night, and Sheridan explained that the left-back should be more of a danger going forward.
“It was a good header and a good ball,” said the boss.
“He should be a danger because he’s got a licence to go forward.
“I was just shouting at him before the goal to get forward and try and create a problem.
“Two minutes later he scored a good goal.”
Joe Rowley made his first start in the league this year and finished his chance well to level the scores late on.
The Chesterfield manager was full of praise for the midfielder after Tuesday night’s game, by saying: “I thought he was the best player on the pitch.
“He got a bit tired near the end but I thought he was excellent on the ball.
“He hasn’t played too much for me but I’ve had a chat with him.
“I think he’s a really good player.
“He scored a good goal.”