Kidderminster Manager John Eustace Would Welcome Chance to Link-Up With Walsall

Walsall manager Jon Whitney is keen to secure first-team football for the up-and-coming members of his squad and is hoping to forge ties with several lower-league teams.
Following the recent news that Walsall manager Jon Whitney was keen for the Saddlers to link-up with local clubs in order to secure first-team football for the young up-and-coming members of his squad, Kidderminster Harriers manager John Eustace has spoken to the local press and welcomed the idea.

Eustace, a former central midfielder who played for the likes of Coventry City, Stoke City, Watford and Derby County before becoming a manager last April, spoke to the Express & Star, and said; "Building a relationship with Walsall is something we are happy to explore. Of course I am happy to explore any relationship that will be for the benefit for Kidderminster Harriers."

Eustace, who made over four-hundred appearances during his playing career, continued; "But Jon Whitney has done a fantastic job at Walsall. He has got a lot of young, talented players who are on the brink of the first-team. He wants to see those players in his team but he knows those lads need go out on loan and play some first team football.

"Matt Gardiner has spoken to him so we’ll see how it progresses. They have got a lot of good, young players there so of course we are interested in taking a look at them and seeing if they can help us achieve what we want to achieve."

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