The Trust 'Deeply Concerned' as Walsall Continue to Struggle The Trust 'Deeply Concerned' as Walsall Continue to Struggle
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The Trust 'Deeply Concerned' as Walsall Continue to Struggle

The Trust board is deeply concerned about the current state of the club.
Bescot Banter - Walsall FC NewsThe board of the Walsall Football Supporters' Trust has issued a strong statement expressing its 'deep concern' about the status of the club as it continues to struggle towards the foot of the League Two table.

Winning just five of their nineteen league games so far this season, including Tuesday's dismal two-nil defeat to Barrow, the Saddlers have once again failed to make anything like the progress many expected following another summer of change.

Issued across their social media accounts and official website, the Trust statement reads; The Trust Board wishes to express its deep concern regarding the Club's recent performance, particularly its placement in the bottom six of the League Two table.

This alarming trend brings the threat of relegation to the National League into stark reality—a prospect that could have significant repercussions.

We strongly urge Trivela to implement immediate and effective measures to avert this potential relegation.

Our previous comments two years ago highlighted the severe consequences that relegation could have, not only on the Club but also on our town, which is already facing economic challenges.

The loss of jobs at the Club, in addition to the broader impact on the community, cannot be overlooked.

It is a critical moment for decisive action, and we, the Trust Board, stand ready to support efforts that will secure the Club's position and ensure its future success.

For the fans, the only real measure of success is on the pitch. We have been sleepwalking into the National League for the last few seasons.
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