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Ward Discusses Trialist Duo Following Development League Defeat
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Ward Discusses Trialist Duo Following Development League Defeat

Ward Discusses Trialist Duo Following Development League Defeat

Following Tuesday afternoon's Final Third Development League defeat to Wigan Athletic, Walsall Development Coach John Ward met with club journalists and discussed the performance of trialists Ellis Plummer and Josh Wakefield.
Following Tuesday afternoon's Final Third Development League defeat to Wigan Athletic, Walsall Development Coach John Ward met with club journalists and discussed the performance of trialists Ellis Plummer and Josh Wakefield.

The Walsall team featured Manchester City's Ellis Plummer, who the club are monitoring for the second time this season, playing behind a midfield partnership of AFC Bournemouth’s Josh Wakefield, who is also back on trial following a brief two-day spell last month, and on loan Middlesbrough man Bryn Morris, who is yet to make an appearance for the first-team.

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Ward, speaking via Saddlers.co.uk, said; “Ellis was obviously here before and got injured so it was good to see him back. He came in and done very well alongside Matt Preston.

“Bryn was very instrumental in our play and linked up well with Josh Wakefield. It was only Josh’s second game in a while so he will get sharper. They’re all at different stages in their fitness so it was good to get more game time for all of them.”

SOURCE | WALSALL FOOTBALL CLUB


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