"Everyone Has Fitted in Really Well" - Stuart Sinclair on Walsall's Summer of Recruitment
 
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"Everyone Has Fitted in Really Well" - Stuart Sinclair on Walsall's Summer of Recruitment
 
"Everyone Has Fitted in Really Well" - Stuart Sinclair on Walsall's Summer of Recruitment

"Everyone Has Fitted in Really Well" - Stuart Sinclair on Walsall's Summer of Recruitment

12:00 pm Tuesday, 6 August 2019  
Walsall midfielder Stuart Sinclair has spoken to the press following last weekend's opening-day victory over Northampton Town, and has praised manager Darrell Clarke for creating a positive dressing room atmosphere, despite adding fourteen new players to his squad over the summer.
Sinclair, who was one of the many new arrivals at Banks's Stadium over the summer, feels that the new arrivals have bonded with the few players left over from the last regime and have built a strong relationship - perfect for the long Sky Bet League Two campaign.

The 31-year-old joined James Clarke in swapping Bristol for the Bescot over the summer and hopes the Saddlers fans can already see that the squad and management are all pulling in the same direction as they look to build upon their opening-day win and challenge towards the top of the table when we reach the business end of the season.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Stuart said; "I think the integration of the new players has been great and I think that is an art of the gaffer – he’s very good at building those changing rooms.

"Everyone has fitted in really well and there is a really good feel around the place at the moment. Hopefully everyone can see how good the feeling inside is from the outside.

"It’s hugely important that all the new lads have settled in as quickly as they have. But when there have been a lot of changes things do take a bit of time.

"I am sure there will be stages in the season that are tough because that is how football works and that is why we love it – because of the highs and lows.

"If it was all plain sailing, it would be boring and nobody would watch it. There will be difficult periods and I think it is about us all sticking together as players, as staff, as supporters and as a collective.

"If we can drive that forward and all go in the same direction, those teams, they gather momentum."

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