Dan Mole Hopes New Walsall Kits Will Become Some of the Bestselling in Club History

During a recent Zoom meeting, published via the club's official social media channels, Walsall secretary and director Dan Mole revealed that he and the club are pleased with how well the the new Saddlers' new kits have been selling.
Joined in the online meeting by chairman Leigh Pomlett and chief executive Stafan Gamble, the trio, who were answering questions posed by media man Tom Helsop, discussed a variety of subjects including the Saddlers' recently-revealed kits.

Unveiled last week and put on sale on Monday morning, fans have formed queues outside the Club Shop at Banks's Stadium in order to get their hands on this season's home, away and goalkeeper's shirts, adding some much-needed money to club coffers.

Speaking via the club's official YouTube Channel, Dan said; "We're really pleased with the way it's been received. The supporters have really taken to the new designs, which is a nod to our tradition.

"The home kit is something we wore in the late 70's and early 80's and the away kit takes in the colours of the Black Country flag. We listened to the supporters and they have taken the kit on board and taken it to their hearts.

"Hopefully it will be one of the best selling kits that we've ever had and the initial forecasts are that we're going to be there, or there about, in terms of numbers."

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