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The first home match of the new managers reign got off to a whimper rather than a bang.
The home side were behind after less than two minutes thanks to a simple ball over the top and some very poor defending.
Less than quarter of an hour later, goalscorer Evans was sent off for an allegded elbow on Anderton. This sparked an attacking onslaught for the rest of the game, but the Cherries struggled to produce much of any note.
The Macclesfield keeper was equal to the task and stopped a good goalbound header from new boy Goulding. Quinn brought on another attacking option inthe shape of Lindfield, but Macclesfield’s stubborn resistance go them the three points.