The 30-year-old midfielder led Pools to promotion into the Football League at the end of last season, scoring what turned out to be the winning spot-kick in the playoff final shoot-out against Torquay.
Macc grew into the half with some fine, free-flowing football. Laurent Mendy headed two efforts wide, Tom Clare headed over and Edy Maieco was denied a certain goal by a superb blocking tackle by Stephen O’Halloran.
The 55-year-old diabetic had his right leg amputated below the knee a couple of months ago after gangrene spread and is currently wheelchair bound. But the support of the Bucks’ board, and in particular chairman Dave Hopkins, has helped him through tough times.
Goalkeepers Joe Green, Craig Ellison and Riccardo Longato and defensive quintet Brad Roscoe, Andy Hollins, Tom Morris, Kyle Brownhill and Jordan Fagbola have pledged their allegiance to the NPL Premier outfit.
Clegg, 36, is the mastermind behind the event at the University of Bolton Stadium, which will feature a morning of 30-minute ‘showcase’ games followed by meetings with employers and recruitment agents from a range of industries.