Dan Mole Asks For Patience as the Search For a New Manager Begins
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Dan Mole Asks For Patience as the Search For a New Manager Begins
 
Dan Mole Asks For Patience as the Search For a New Manager Begins

Dan Mole Asks For Patience as the Search For a New Manager Begins

4:22 pm Tuesday, 13 March 2018 @BescotBanter  
Daniel Mole has taken to social media for the first time since the club parted ways with First-Team manager Jon Whitney and has urged supporters to 'bear with us' as the club begin the recruitment process.
Walsall Secretary and Director Daniel Mole has taken to social media for the first time since the club parted ways with First-Team manager Jon Whitney and has urged supporters to 'bear with us' as the club begin the recruitment process.

Dan, who was speaking via his official Twitter feed, said; "Days like yesterday are never easy but we move forward. Always difficult to engage on social media during a recruitment process so please bear with us. Onwards we go."

Walsall sacked Whitney following a string of poor results and performances which culminated in last weekend's defeat to near-rivals Shrewsbury Town, the Shrews' first league victory over the Saddlers in several years, bringing to an end the former Physio's fifteen-year association with the club.

Former Saddlers Dean Keates, who is currently manager of Vanarama National League title-chasers Wrexham and Adi Viveash, who is on a month-to-month deal with Coventry City, are joint favourites for the role.

Ex-Reading boss Brian McDermott and current caretakers Ian Sharps and John Ward are priced at 12/1 with the bookies as the betting community look to pinpoint the direction the club will go in.

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