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Julien Ngoy: Deadline Day Signing Vows to Remain Among the Goals
 
Julien Ngoy: Deadline Day Signing Vows to Remain Among the Goals
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Julien Ngoy: Deadline Day Signing Vows to Remain Among the Goals
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Julien Ngoy: Deadline Day Signing Vows to Remain Among the Goals

1:10 pm Monday, 5 February 2018  
Julien Ngoy has insisted that Saturday's match-winning goal against MK Dons will not be his last in a Saddlers shirt.
Walsall's on-loan Stoke City forward Julien Ngoy has spoken to the press following his goal-scoring debut, which saw the Saddlers secure three crucial points against fellow strugglers Milton Keynes Dons, and has insisted that it will not be the last goal he scores in a Saddlers shirt.

Ngoy, who was speaking via the Express & Star, said; "It was a big victory. I felt the team played very well and I was very pleased and happy to score on my debut. I felt proud. The night before and in the morning I was thinking about scoring. I’m sure it won’t be the last goal I score for Walsall."

Julien then went on to discuss what he wants to achieve during his time on loan at Banks's Stadium, he continued; "I wanted to come out on loan in the window. I was talking to the boss during the day. He spoke to me a lot and told me how much he wanted me to come to Walsall.

"It happened late so I didn’t know if I would be staying in the Under-23s at Stoke or coming here. But I wanted to go to a good team where I can express myself and I feel I have got that at Walsall. Stoke have told me to come here and enjoy it. They know I can do it."

You can read more of Julien's interview,where he praises former Stoke City prospect Florent Cuvelier for helping him to settle into life at the club, by visiting the Express & Star website, HERE.

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