Date: 17th September 2014 at 5:57pm
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Manager Paul Cook has said he was fantastically delighted to see Chesterfield battle back from three goals down to take a point in the game at Deepdale last night.

Chesterfield found themselves three nil down inside of the opening 30 minutes in the game against Preston North End last night, but Eoin Doyle gave us hope before the half time break and he completed his hattrick in the second half to give us a share of the spoils.

It was Doyle’s second successive hattrick after only scoring his first for Chesterfield in the last game.

Speaking to the Official Site after the game a happy Cook said.

‘I’m delighted for everyone because to come to Preston and get a point from three nil down is a fantastic result for us all. Last year when we were in our little dull period we realised it takes two teams to have a good game, and our fans who travelled here, they know we go away to win.’

Of course Doyle took his fair share of the praise from the gaffer following the game as well given his continued exploits for us.

‘The performance of Eoin and this season so far has been absolutely frightening. His goal scoring ratio now is getting ridiculously good and from Eoin’s goals we have had some fantastic performances.’

The gaffer goes on to say that his performance last night has enabled us to take a point from a game that felt long lost, and that makes it a ‘fantastic result’ for us.

He ended his interview by saying our never say die attitude on the pitch he feels will have a bearing on future games and he knows that unfortunately it won’t always go our way.

‘We will get beat eventually, maybe quite heavily, because we start on the front foot. We are not streetwise yet because we do not win ugly and we start the game open.’

With him not hiding that fact, it will be being worked on.

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