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Woods Praises 'Brilliant' Under 18s Following Semi-Final Victory
 
Woods Praises 'Brilliant' Under 18s Following Semi-Final Victory

Woods Praises 'Brilliant' Under 18s Following Semi-Final Victory

3:39 pm Thursday, 7 April 2016  
Following Wednesday evening's Midland Youth Cup Semi-Final victory over Boston United Under 18s, Walsall Under 18s manager Neil Woods has spoken to club journalists and praised the current crop of young Saddlers as they get set to return to Youth Alliance action at the weekend.
Following Wednesday evening's Midland Youth Cup Semi-Final victory over Boston United Under 18s, Walsall Under 18s manager Neil Woods has spoken to club journalists and praised the current crop of young Saddlers as they get set to return to Youth Alliance action at the weekend.

Speaking via Saddlers.co.uk, Neil said; “At times we were brilliant. Our attitudes from minute one to minute 94 were absolutely spot on and if I’m being honest, it’s what I’ve come to expect from this group of players.

“It’s another situation that they have to learn to deal with as players, they have to manage these situations. We don’t know when the final is going to be yet but we’ve got some important league games and we’ve still got half a chance in that.

“Tranmere offered us a physical threat on Saturday but today there was the expectation that we should win and they’ve dealt with both of those situations and they’ve dealt with them in the correct way.

“We’ve kept the season going longer and we’ve done it playing the Walsall way. We expect a work ethic, we expect endeavour but we also expect them to play and the last two games have shown the different sides to us.”

SOURCE | WALSALL FOOTBALL CLUB

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