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Whitney Praise for Ginnelly as Burnley Winger Begins to Flourish

11:30 am Saturday, 19 November 2016
Walsall manager Jon Whitney has spoken to the local press ahead of Saturday afternoon's Sky Bet League One meeting between the Saddlers and Gillingham, and has praised on-loan Burnley winger Josh Ginnelly, who, following a slow start to his spell, has recently forced his way into the starting line up.
Walsall manager Jon Whitney has spoken to the local press ahead of Saturday afternoon's Sky Bet League One meeting between the Saddlers and Gillingham, and has praised on-loan Burnley winger Josh Ginnelly, who, following a slow start to his spell, has recently forced his way into the starting line up.

Speaking via Saddlers.co.uk, Jon said; "It has taken time for Josh Ginnelly to realise who Josh Ginnelly is. It’s hard when you come from a Premier League club to be yourself and not try and compare yourself to these Premier League stars.

"You see what football can bring you, in terms of the financial side. It’s important for Josh to realise that when you become a team member - and that is when you will flourish. If you work for the team you will automatically then fall into your own skills set.

"That is natural for him. He has to be off-the-cuff and instinctive. But there are certain times when you need to keep your shape and that is what he has done well. In training he has started to realise he is going to make mistakes because of the player he is. All he can do then is react, get himself back into shape and put himself in which another chance.

"He has settled in now and is well-respected in the group which is important. But I trust him, and I trust him defensively as well as what he can give me in the attacking half."


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