If Mullins is in a team that plays in a particular way, he can be useful. When watching the Halifax 3-0 defeat, the only decent move of quality that penetrated their defence, was when the ball was played into Mullin's body, and he chested it to Turgott as he ran into the box past Mullins, and got a good shot away. Unfortunately, in most of the games in which Mullins has featured it has been the hoof type of football with no accuracy in direction. A little more quality in supply, and accurate crossing could go a long way to seeing a bit more from him.
Post by cheshiregrandad on Jan 31, 2019 16:52:17 GMT
Will be interesting to see how he gets on at Macclesfield. Macclesfield let Blisset go and have been relying on Harry Smith as their big centre forward. Unfortunately Smith got injured on Saturday and as he will be out for at least 4 weeks presumably this is why Sol Campbell has signed him. As I am now a season ticket holder at Macclesfield I will keep the forum i formed of his progress, or not, as the case maybe.