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LOAN WATCH | Mixed Fortunes for Walsall's Loan Stars
 
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LOAN WATCH | Mixed Fortunes for Walsall's Loan Stars
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LOAN WATCH | Mixed Fortunes for Walsall's Loan Stars

Walsall currently have three players out on loan as Levi Rowley is with local side Stafford Rangers, whilst Amadou Bakayoko and Jordan Murphy are both enjoying extended spells with Vanarama National League North side Worcester City.
Walsall currently have three players out on loan as Levi Rowley is with local side Stafford Rangers, whilst Amadou Bakayoko and Jordan Murphy are both enjoying extended spells with Vanarama National League North side Worcester City.

All three Saddlers played a part in their teams' respective games as they continue to gain some all-important first-team experience away from the main squad.

First year pro Levi Rowley was named in Stafford Rangers' starting XI as they took on Shaw Lane Aquaforce, with Rangers going into the game as league leaders.

The game was a competitive affair with both sides tackling hard, however Aquaforce emerged victorious as debutant James Walshaw slotted home to secure the win.

Jordan Murphy started Worcester City's league clash with Nuneaton Town, with fellow Saddler Amadou Bakayoko having to make do with a place on the bench.

Nuneaton opened the scoring via midfielder David Morgan, a superb strike for the edge of the area, giving goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan very little chance of saving.

Worcester would equalise late into the match as Walsall striker Bakayoko, who had earlier replaced veteran Lee Hughes, flicked on a free-kick before turning sharply and heading home his own assist. Reports from the match suggest that both goals could have graced any pitch across the country.

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