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Liam Kinsella: "Confidence is Really High"
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Liam Kinsella: "Confidence is Really High"
 
Liam Kinsella: "Confidence is Really High"

Liam Kinsella: "Confidence is Really High"

3:00 pm Friday, 22 March 2019  
Walsall midfielder Liam Kinsella has spoken ahead of this weekend's televised League One clash with Barnsley, and insisted that confidence remains high in the Saddlers' camp, despite slipping into the relegation zone following last Saturday's defeat to Sunderland.
23-year-old, Colchester-born Kinsella believes a repeat of the last two performances will see the Saddlers pick up a positive result against one of the league’s most in-form teams, and despite recent defeats to Portsmouth and Sunderland, Kinsella is adamant that the whole camp remains confident that things will turn in their favour.

The Saddlers head into tomorrow's clash with the Tykes sitting 21st in League One, level on points with 20th placed Southend United and with the real prospect of jumping to 13th in the table, piling the pressure on their relegation rivals, if victory over Barnsley can be secured.

Speaking via the club's official website, Kins said; "We are in the relegation zone at the moment but the last five performances have been good.

"We have played two of the league’s biggest teams in Portsmouth and Sunderland – we put in good performances but we just didn’t get the results to show that. In the three games before that, we put in good performances and got the points we deserved.

"We have to take that into Barnsley now and hopefully we will get the points we need. We are working extra hard in training. Luck hasn’t gone our way at times but I do feel things are changing for us now.

"Confidence is really high in the camp and I think that is showing on Saturdays. We are fourth from bottom and it’s obviously not nice but the confidence is high. We are working hard, performances are coming.

"The last two results didn’t go our way but I felt the performances were there. And if we can do the same on Saturday then I think we will get something out of the game."

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