Michael Flynn 'Pleased' as Walsall Return to Winning Ways Michael Flynn 'Pleased' as Walsall Return to Winning Ways
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Michael Flynn 'Pleased' as Walsall Return to Winning Ways

Walsall boss Michael Flynn spoke to the media shortly after the referee had called for full-time.
Speaking after his side earned their first win in thirteen all-competition games, Flynn offered praise for the players for sticking to their guns as they finally returned to winning ways.

Walsall had gone into the game on the back of several frustrating performances with games often seeing the team struggling to make an impact upon the final third, creating few goal-scoring opportunities.

On-loan Mansfield Town striker Danny Johnson grabbed his ninth goal of the season eight minutes before the break, with the Saddlers going on to thwart their visitors, who saw a five-game winning streak come to an end.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Flynn said; "I thought we stuck to our jobs, for the whole game this time. We’ve been solid defensively for most of every game, but we’ve just conceded at the wrong time.

"If it’s the beginning of a game or the end of a game, it gives the opposition points or something to hang on for, and it makes it harder for us to break them down.

"Tonight I’m pleased, not only with a win but with a clean sheet."
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