Flynn Admits Walsall Were 'Well Beaten' as Unbeaten Run Comes to an End Flynn Admits Walsall Were 'Well Beaten' as Unbeaten Run Comes to an End

Flynn Admits Walsall Were 'Well Beaten' as Unbeaten Run Comes to an End

The gaffer spoke to the media shortly after full-time.
Walsall Head Coach Michael Flynn has admitted his side was beaten by the better team after their unbeaten run was ended by Stockport County on Thursday evening.

A Kyle Wootton brace was more than enough to see County home to victory as they were easily able to thwart the Saddlers in front of over 6,000 fans at Poundland Bescot Stadium.

Going into the match on the back of a bounce-back win over Swindon Town, the Saddlers were simply unable to put a dent in the Stockport defence and, as a result, saw their strong run of form come to an end.

Speaking to Express & Star journalist Paul Jenkins shortly after full-time, Flynn insisted the performance wasn't terrible but expects a reaction during Sunday's meeting with Mansfield Town.

Flynn said; "Sometimes you have to hold your hands up and admit you were well beaten.

"It wasn't a terrible performance by us but we didn't do enough to win and now it will be all about how we deal with losing the game at home when we have another one coming up against Mansfield.

"I may have to look at changes, some of them might be enforced but I will be expecting a response from the players."
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