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Supporters Cancel Protest Following Positive Meeting With Club Officials
 
Supporters Cancel Protest Following Positive Meeting With Club Officials

Supporters Cancel Protest Following Positive Meeting With Club Officials

10:50 am Friday, 2 February 2018  
It has today been confirmed that the planned fan protest, which was set to take place during Walsall's home League One clash with Milton Keynes Dons on Saturday afternoon, will not go ahead following meetings between club officials and supporters.
It has today been confirmed that the planned fan protest, which was set to take place during Walsall's home League One clash with Milton Keynes Dons on Saturday afternoon, will not go ahead following meetings between club officials and supporters.

Saddlers supporters had planned to protest over the club's long-standing lack of ambition, but following a meeting with Chairman Jeff Bonser, Chief Executive Stefan Gamble and club Secretary and Director Daniel Mole, that has now been cancelled.


There had already been one protest day which saw around 250 Saddlers supporters leave the game against Oxford United after the eightieth minute in order to join in a protest taking place outside Banks's Stadium.

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