Liam Kinsella Released Liam Kinsella Released
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Liam Kinsella Released

Liam will be looking for a new club as his Saddlers stay has come to an end.
Bescot Banter - Walsall FC NewsWalsall's longest-serving player, Liam Kinsella, has been named among the players to be leaving the club at the end of their current contracts in June.

Kinsella, who joined the club as an 8-year-old, has made over 250 first-team appearances for the Saddlers, and has firmly established himself as a fan favourite with his hard-working performances.

Liam, a former Republic of Ireland Under-17 and Under-19 international, made his Walsall debut against Bradford City in August 2014, picking up the Man of the Match award.

Following the news of Liam's release, newly-appointed Head Coach Mat Sadler admitted it was a difficult decision allow him to leave and paid tribute to the midfielder for his outstanding service.

Speaking via the club's official website, Mat said; "Liam is a fantastic person. He has had some fantastic moments in front of the supporters here.

"He has been a fantastic servant for the football club and he’s a fantastic kid who I have so much admiration for.

"I’ve played with Liam so I fully know what he is on the football pitch but for me personally, I think it’s time for Liam, more than anything, to go seek a new challenge outside of this football club.

"He’s been a wonderful servant to us and I can’t speak highly enough of him as a person but I believe it is the right time for him to try something different and spread his wings outside of the football club and I’m looking forward to watching his career from a different perspective.

"It goes without saying the admiration we all share for him and it’s right that he is singled out for the fantastic servant that he has been.

"He will always have good will and while I’m at this football club, he’ll be welcome here anytime. It was a tough decision undoubtedly and a decision that was certainly not taken lightly.

"I take the careers of all players seriously and with respect. I just feel like it is the right time for Liam and I’m pretty sure Liam feels it’s the right time to move on to the next challenge for him."

We would also like to wish Liam all the very best as he begins a new chapter in his career.
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