Recently, we asked all our loyal fans to get in touch with us and let us know what their favourite memory involving The Silkmen is. In the first in a series of recollections, Harry Stokes takes us back to last May, when Sol Campbell's side completed a remarkable escape to preserve our EFL status.
My favourite Silkmen memory came on the final day of last season.
Macc were above Notts County by a two point margin and due to the fact that we had a superior goal average, everyone knew that if we secured a point then it would be us who would stay up!
But, what made it so special for me was the fact that I listened to the game live in Portugal
When we went a goal down to a Paul Lewis strike, I just remember that my nerves were in shreds and this was made worse when Notts County took the lead at Swindon - meaning that we were then in the bottom two.
My stomach was genuinely in knots as I just could not rationalise the fact that as things stood, my beloved Silkmen would be relegated.
Yet I needn't have worried as in the 66th minute Elliott Durrell settled us all down with a clinical strike to put Macc level.
I celebrated like I had done twelve months earlier when we had gloriously won the National League!
Notts County eventually lost 3 - 1 at Swindon, which sent The Magpies down, yet all I was concerned about was the fact that The Silkmen had stayed up.
To say that I was ecstatic was an understatement - nobody really gave us a chance after the start that we had, but against all the odds we had retained our EFL status and I can tell you now that Portugal was absolutely rocking with the news!
I think that my photo sums it all up - what a day!
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