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Edwards Calls for Unity as the Saddlers Look to Climb the Table
 
Edwards Calls for Unity as the Saddlers Look to Climb the Table
Edwards Calls for Unity as the Saddlers Look to Climb the Table
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Edwards Calls for Unity as the Saddlers Look to Climb the Table

12:40 pm Wednesday, 24 January 2018
Joe Edwards has insisted that the team and its supporters must stick together if they are to pull the side away from the bottom quarter of the table and out of the relegation dogfight.
As he and his teammates continue to prepare for next week's League One clash with promotion-chasing Blackburn Rovers, Walsall vice captain Joe Edwards has spoken to the press and insisted that the team and its supporters must stick together if they are to pull the side away from the bottom quarter of the table and out of the relegation dogfight.

27-year-old Edwards, who has made seventy-six club appearances since joining from Colchester United in the summer of 2016, admitted that the team need to give fans something to get behind.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Joe said; "The biggest thing is to stick together. We are a team, we are a club, we all want the same thing and we are all chasing the same goals. You want to get promoted or you want to finish as high as you can.

"In these tougher times you need to stick together, believe in one-another and know how good you can be. We do say it a lot, but we have got a talented bunch here who are all willing to work hard. It can be the smallest thing that makes a difference. And as long as you are all singing from the same hymn sheet – you have a good chance of doing that."

Edwards then went on to admit that he and his teammates know results and performances must improve if they are to retain the support of Saddlers fans, he continued; "We need to give the supporters something to believe in. The fans are massive for any football club. We want them to be enjoying their football, enjoying watching Walsall. It’s massive for us for them to be with us. It helps us a lot. If we can get them back on board by performing well and winning games it will good for everyone."


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