After Tuesday night’s 1-1 draw at Hartlepool United, assistant manager Glynn Snodin claimed that it was a much improved performance after a disappointing result at Sutton.
“I thought we had the better chances in the second half to finish the game off,” he said to Spireites Digital.
“What we had against Sutton was nowhere near good enough.
“We had a good chat with them yesterday and had a meeting.
“We said that they let themselves down, the fans down and they let the manager down.
“We said that they had to repay every one of those tonight and for me, I think they have tonight.”
There were four changes to the side that lost to Sutton on Saturday with Shwan Jalal, Sam Wedgbury, Tom Denton and Charlie Wakefield was handed his first start of the season.
The assistant manager explained that he and the rest of the management team want the players to stake their claim for a starting slot, by saying: “At the moment everyone is in with a chance at the moment because nobody is saying that shirt is mine.
“They have to get that consistency and they can keep that shirt.
“They’ve got to be saying ‘that’s my shirt’ and that’s what we want them to do.”
Chesterfield host Aldershot in their next National League game and Snodin stated that there are positives they will take from Tuesday’s draw.
“For me, I thought the team played well today,” said Snodin.
“It’s nice to come away with the point but they are disappointed in there that they didn’t take three.”