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O'Driscoll - “Everyone in the Squad Has a Part to Play"

9:30 am Wednesday, 20 January 2016
Walsall Head Coach Sean O'Driscoll has spoken to the local press ahead of this weekend's Sky Bet League 1 clash with Blackpool, and has discussed the strength of his squad, insisting that he hasn't got a best XI, with everyone in the squad having a part to play.
Walsall Head Coach Sean O'Driscoll has spoken to the local press ahead of this weekend's Sky Bet League 1 clash with Blackpool, and has discussed the strength of his squad, insisting that he hasn't got a best XI, with everyone in the squad having a part to play.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Sean said; "I don’t think we have got a best starting line-up, I think we have got a best 18. That means various people coming to the fore at various times.

“Everyone in the squad has a part to play. Neil Etheridge has been brilliant in the last five games. Tom Bradshaw has come back from injury and scored two goals.

“Anthony Forde has come into the side and done extremely well. There are lots of people who can play a part.

“Sometimes it’s not the ones that catch the headlines – James O’Connor is consistent every week. And Liam Kinsella has come in and played excellently.

"There are lots of positives around the squad. We just have to make sure everyone feels like they can contribute.”

SOURCE | EXPRESS & STAR


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