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news from Friday, April 26, 2019

- The Saddlers suffered our eleventh defeat in our last fifteen games following a 3-1 defeat against Doncaster yesterday. We were already up against it after the fifth minute when we went 2-0 down - do we actually prepare for a game correctly? A reckless challenge from George Dobson (which was outside the area) and a defensive mishap from Luke Leahy gifted Doncaster two goals which gave the Saddlers...

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- Right here we go the evening before our final league game of the 2018/19 season - its been a blast...on the magnitude of a nuclear disaster. Lets be honest since Dean Smith left the club to join Brentford in 2016 it has been one monumental mistake after another. The club relied on the professionalism and plan that Dean Smith had. He had visions beyond what the club could offer and rightly moved on...

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- Walsall caretaker boss Martin O'Connor has sensationally offered players who don't wish to play for the club to inform him this week ahead of games against Peterborough and Shrewsbury. The Saddlers are four points from safety with two games remaining and unless the gods are shining down on us its pretty certain we will be playing League 2 football next season. O'Connor has been rightly critical of...

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- Easter saw the resurrection of Jesus Christ - we need our own resurrection if we are to survive another year in League 1. Theoretically the Saddlers could be relegated to League 2 on Easter Monday if results go against us and the way we are all feeling at the minute we just want this season over - one way or another! No more leeway for the players to not turn up - this is it. Do or die. TEAM NEWS ...

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news from Thursday, April 25, 2019

- Over the next few weeks two Saddlers fans are raising money for charity and we encourage you to give whatever you can no matter how small and show your support to your fellow Saddlers. Next weekend, Walsall fan Rob Harvey will be walking from Walsall to Shrewsbury for our final league game of the 2018/19 season. Rob's walk is to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK. Prostate cancer is the most commo...

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