Ahead of Sunday's trip to Forest Green Rovers, we take our regular look at the players who have played for both teams during their careers...
Matthew moved to Forest Green in the summer of 2013 but only made eighteen appearances before moving to Cambridge, Whitehawk and then back to Macc. He went on to make another thirty appearances for the Silkmen, finding the net nine more times before being released at the end of the 2014-15 season.
Spending his youth career at Manchester United, Callum moved to Barnsley in June 2015 as part of their under 21 squad. After three appearances for the Barnsley first team, Callum came to the Moss Rose on loan and played twice.
Callum joined the newly promoted Rovers in May 2017 on a one year contract but made only one appearance before going out on loan to Torquay United and then back to Macclesfield.
Evans went on to make fourteen appearances for the Silkmen during our title-winning season, stepping in when Elliott Durrell became injured and played a crucial role in our EFL return.
Callum was released by Forest Green in the summer of 2018 and made his Moss Rose move permament before re-uniting with John Askey at Port Vale at the end of the 2018/19 season.
Jamie started his senior career in Wales with Swansea City, making no senior appearances but spending time on loan with both Haverfordwest and Forest Green. He made five appearances for Rovers in 2010.
Fast forward to 2018 and Jamie joined the Silkmen from Cheltenham as new manager Mark Yates’ first signing.
Jamie spent twelve months with The Silkmen, before joining Ebbsfleet United.
Jared spent five seasons with Rovers after signing from Market Drayton in 2009. He played over 160 times for Forest Green and was made captain in 2011.
The likeable Brummie made his way to Macclesfield via Kidderminster and although suffering a few injuries that initially kept him out of the squad, made his debut on 23rd September at Torquay United.
Jared was a crucial part of the championship winning side 2018, captaining the team on a regular basis.
The right-back left the Moss Rose last summer and is currently with Hereford in the Conference North.
A Barnsley boy by birth, Jon started his playing career with the Tykes in 1998, although he almost missed his debut after forgetting a recent change to the rules on the number of substitutes!
Joining Macclesfield in February 2004, Jon’s likeable personality and natural ability on the pitch made him an instant fan favourite. He went on to make sixty-five appearances for the Silkmen, scoring thirty goals, before joining Championship side Hull City in early 2007.
Jon signed a one year contract with Forest Green in July 2014 and made eighty-four appearances, finding the net an impressive thirty-eight times.
After a lengthy spell with York City, Jon recently retired from the playing side of the game and has recently released his autobiography, “How Not to be a Modern Footballer”
A talented Striker who has unfortunately had a career hampered by injury, Reece spent 4 years with Rovers, playing over one hundred games and finding the net on thirty-five occasions, including two on his debut in January 2010.
Reece had interest from other clubs but chose to remain at The New Lawn until the end of the 2013-14 season, when he left to join Wycombe on loan.
Initially on loan from Kidderminster, Reece signed a short term contract with Macclesfield in 2016 and featured in the majority of games in the second half of the season, scoring a hat trick against Gateshead and once against Grimsby the following week.
Reece is currently plying his trade with Jared Hodgkiss at Hereford in the National League North.
Honourable mentions: Jon Beswetherick, Mark Cooper, James Jennings, Guy Madjo, George Pilkington, Isaiah Rankin, Stephen Reed, Allan Russell, Sam Wedgbury