AN INDEPENDENT LOOK AT WALSALL FOOTBALL CLUB
Loan Watch: Tuesday, 7th December 2021 Loan Watch: Tuesday, 7th December 2021
Loan Watch: Tuesday, 7th December 2021

Loan Watch: Tuesday, 7th December 2021

Here we take our latest look at how Walsall's loan stars are getting on.
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Walsall defender Joe Foulkes and midfielder Joe Willis are currently away on short-term loan deals as they look to force their way into Matthew Taylor's first-team plans.

Defender Foulkes is plying his trade in the Vanarama National League North with Kidderminster Harriers, whilst midfielder Willis recently joined Southern League Premier Division Central side Bromsgrove Sporting after his Leamington loan was cut short.
 
Whilst the Rouslers' Worcestershire Senior Cup - Quarter Final clash with Pershore Town was a victim of storm Barra, Kidderminster were in action as a Harriers XI took on Worcester Raiders in the very same competition.

After making the bench for Kidderminster's Emirates FA Cup - Second Round victory over FC Halifax Town at the weekend, Walsall defender Joe Foulkes was named in the starting XI on for the trip to Sixways Stadium on Tuesday evening.

The match itself as a tight affair as the visitors took an early lead via Jack Tolley (3') only for Worcester to level via Okera Simmonds (60'). The young Harriers were ultimately able to retake the lead in the during stages of the match as Kai Lissimore (90') slammed the ball home.

Academy graduate Joe Foulkes, who penned his first professional contract alongside the recently released Danny Coogan in June, played two thirds of the tie before being withdrawn after feeling some discomfort. Thankfully, according to the Harriers media team, Joe's injury isn't thought to be anything significant.
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