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ICYMI: A Round-Up of Thursday's News

ICYMI: A Round-Up of Thursday's News

In Case You Missed It, here is a round-up of the Saddlers news from Thursday, 11th July 2019.
With just three weeks remaining until we get the 2019/20 League Two campaign underway there is plenty of news coming out of Fortress Bescot, here is a round-up of some of the stories you may have missed...

Open Training Session
The club began the day by confirming that an Open Training Session will take place at Banks's Stadium on Tuesday, 30th July.

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Winger Linked
With a busy day ahead the Saddlers were soon linked with another signing as former Blues and Yeovil winger Wes McDonald was the subject of some speculation.

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Clarke Keen
Manager Darrell Clarke spoke to the press and made it clear he was hoping to sign two-or-three players ahead of next week's pre-season trip to Poland with the squad in need of experience and width.

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Winger Signs
Former Birmingham City and Yeovil Town winger Wes McDonald became the latest to pen a deal at Banks's Stadium. The 22-year-old agreed a short-term deal with the view to earning a full deal.

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McDonald 'Absolutely Delighted' to Join the Saddlers
Wes McDonald spoke to club journalists and welcomed the opportunity to make the Banks's his new home.

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Guthrie Signs Up
Experienced midfielder Danny Guthrie, who was among the Saddlers side which drew with Leamington on Tuesday evening, became the tenth signing of the summer.

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Guthrie Delighted
Danny joined fellow new-arrival Wes McDonald in welcoming the opportunity to make the Banks's his new home.

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Mat Sadler Signs
Defender Mat Sadler became the Saddlers' eleventh signing of the summer as he agreed terms on a return to the club, adding some much-needed experience to the team.

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Sadler Happy to Be Back
Mat, who was disappointed to leave Shrewsbury Town at the end of last season, spoke to club journalists and welcomed the chance opportunity to get back to football.

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A Trio of Trialists Depart
Manager Darrell Clarke confirmed that three of the club's trialists have failed to earn a deal and are now free to find employment elsewhere.

Read More HERE.

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