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Liam Kinsella Keen to Concentrate on Midfield Role
Liam Kinsella Keen to Concentrate on Midfield Role
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Liam Kinsella Keen to Concentrate on Midfield Role
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Liam Kinsella Keen to Concentrate on Midfield Role

11:58 am Tuesday, 19 June 2018  
Walsall midfielder Liam Kinsella has spoken to the local press and revealed that he has spoken to manager Dean Keates as he seeks to be considered a full-time midfielder, despite showing promise in the right-back role.
22-year-old Kinsella, who made twenty-four first-team appearances last season, is keen to concentrate his efforts on a midfield role after achieving success in that position, even making appearances for the Republic of Ireland.

Liam, who was speaking to the Express & Star's Walsall reporter Joseph Masi, said; "I had a chat with the gaffer at the end of last season. He told me I had done well in his time at the club and that he wanted me to work hard during the summer. We spoke about my position and I think centre-mid will probably be my position next season.

"It’s where I have played most of my football. It’s where I have played for the Republic of Ireland and when I played for the reserves and youth team. I’m happy to switch it up. And the gaffer was a centre-mid so hopefully, I can learn from him and take that into games."

With the Saddlers squad set to return to pre-season training next week, Colchester-born Kinsella, who has been at the club since he was eight-years-old, insisted that he feels fitter than ever.

KInsella, who along with his teammates has been following a club-prescribed fitness regime over the summer, admitted that he will nedd to hit the ground running, he said; "I have got to go in, show that I am fit and put in some performances. We were all given programmes for the summer but with a week to go you have got to up it. You’ve got to make sure you come back for pre-season fit and I feel the fittest I have ever felt. Hopefully that will impress the gaffer because the new season is fast approaching. It feels like it’s come around really quickly."

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