Must do better?
Well the boy maybe back, after going back down to train again with Charlton, Jamal Campbell-Ryce could make a sppedy return to Saltergate. Chesterfield manager Roy Mcfarland is having lengthy talks with his opposite number at the Addicks Alan Curbishley also with Jamal's agent to try and see if Campbell-Ryce fancies a further stay in North Derbyshire.
Jamal has stated though that the decision lies with himself and his family as regards to a possible move until the end of the season on loan although Mcfarland would like to see a possible permanent deal. We live in hope.

On to other matters Sheffield Wednesday have been reported to the FA by the match referee Mark Jones as some "supporters" were involved in racial abuse towards some of Chesterfield's black players. I was sat in the Leppings Lane end at the game and there were elements of trouble between Owls fans in the North Stand near the Chesterfield supporters, the disturbance I saw was Wednesday fans fighting with their own stewards. There have been rumours that part of Hillsborough will be closed down as a consequence of the matter.

The Spireites play Swindon Town at Saltergate on Saturday looking to keep up there unbeaten home record. Last season two Marvin Robinson goals and a further strike from Jamie Cade were to give Chesterfield their first league win of the season.

Most of the players are available at the weekend, Carl Muggleton and Caleb Folan are the only doubts with short-term injuries. If so expect Andy Richmond to continue in goal and the Spireites to continue with Mark Stallard in the squad.Stallard needs to improve only one goal so far and three bookings is not a good return if he wants to stay longer than his loan period.