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Adam Chambers Set to Return to Action in February

Adam Chambers Set to Return to Action in February

Chambers, who is currently the longest-serving Saddler having joined the club from Leyton Orient in July 2011, suffered a fractured metatarsal during the season-opening victory over the Pilgrims and subsequently underwent an operation in September, before suffering a minor setback which has forced his return date back by several weeks.


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Adam Chambers Could Return Before the End of the Year

Adam Chambers Could Return Before the End of the Year

37-year-old Chambers, who has been temporarily replaced as captain by George Dobson, has been unavailable for selection since breaking his foot during the opening-day victory over Plymouth Argyle, and, following an operation, has been working with the club's medical department to return to action.

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George Dobson 'Honoured' to Lead the Saddlers into Battle

George Dobson 'Honoured' to Lead the Saddlers into Battle

Former West Ham United prospect Dobson, who returned to the club last season following a brief spell with Sparta Rotterdam, is firmly established in the Saddlers' starting line-up but is taking nothing for granted and has committed to do everything he can for the football club.

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Saddlers Captain Adam Chambers Undergoes Surgery on Broken Foot

Sandwell-born Chambers, who joined the club in July 2011, has made well over three-hundred first-team appearances during his time at Banks's Stadium and has been one of the team's more consistent performers despite his advancing years.

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Injury Update: Adam Chambers Was Substituted With Painful Foot

Keates. who had just seen his side defeat the Pilgrims by two-goals-to-one as Andy Cook and Luke Leahy found the back of the net, also went on to praise midfielder Liam Kinsella, who put in a solid performance after replacing Chambers in the middle of the park.

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Adam Chambers Becomes Patron of Show Racism the Red Card

Adam Chambers Becomes Patron of Show Racism the Red Card

The organisation utilises the high-profile status of football and football players to help tackle racism in society. The majority of the campaign’s output is the delivery of education to young people and adults in their schools, their workplaces and at events held in football stadiums. Across Britain, Show Racism the Red Card delivers training to more than fifty-thousand individuals per year.

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Adam Chambers: "There is No Room For Excuses"

Chambers, who - if selected - will be making his forty-sixth appearance of the season as the Saddlers take on the Cobblers this weekend, admitted that the team can't feel sorry for themselves as they head into their final three games in search of some much-needed points. 

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Adam Chambers: League One Survival is Our Only Focus

Adam Chambers: League One Survival is Our Only Focus

Walsall Captain Adam Chambers has spoken to the local press following his side's midweek defeat to promotion-chasing Wigan Athletic, and admitted that the Saddlers are in a fight for League One survival, but have to remain calm if they are to earn their way to safety.

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Chambers - "All the Lads Are Playing For the Manager"

Walsall captain Adam Chambers has spoken to the local press following Saturday evening's Emirates FA Cup - First Round defeat to Newport County and insisted that he and the rest of the Saddlers squad are still playing for manager Jon Whitney.

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Adam Chambers - 'We Know We Have to Respond'

Walsall captain Adam Chambers has spoken ahead of Saturday's League One clash with Peterborough United and insisted that he and his teammates know that they have to respond to the midweek defeat to Rotherham United.

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Whitney Pleased as Adam Chambers Agrees New Two-Year Deal

Following the news that club Captain Adam Chambers had penned a new two-year deal, Walsall manager Jon Whitney has spoken to club journalists and welcomed the 36-year-old's new contract, praising the midfielder's attitude and fitness as he enters his seventh season at the club.

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Walsall Captain Adam Chambers Signs New Two-Year Deal

Walsall Football Club have confirmed that club Captain Adam Chambers has put pen-to-paper on a new two-year contract that will take him into his eighth season as a Saddler.

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Whitney Hopes to Agree Terms With Saddlers Duo 'Very Soon'

Saddlers manager Jon Whitney has once again spoken to members of the local press and offered a brief update on the status of contract negotiations between the club and a trio of players, revealing that he expects two to sign whilst negotiations will continue with the third.

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Whitney Hopes to Agree Contract Renewals Over the Next Few Weeks

Walsall manager Jon Whitney has spoken to the local press and offered an update on the negotiations between the club and the soon-to-be out of contract players, insisting that some of the contracts, which he offered shortly after the final game of the season, will be signed in the near future.

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Whitney Begins to Thin the Herd as Released & Retained is Assembled

Following the conclusion of Walsall's 2016/17 campaign, manager Jon Whitney will be meeting with several members of his first-team squad to discuss whether he will be offering them a new contract to remain at the club next season.

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Chambers - "We Need to Put Things Right"

As the Saddlers prepare for next weekend's meeting with Bradford City, club captain Adam Chambers has spoken to club journalists and has praised the progress his new teammates have made before looking ahead to the clash with the Bantams.

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Chambers - "We Can go Anywhere and Match Anyone"

Walsall Captain Adam Chambers has spoken to club journalists ahead of this afternoon's League One clash with AFC Wimbledon, and has insisted that confidence is high heading into the match.

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Chambers - "We Have to Take Confidence From Past Performances"

Walsall captain Adam Chambers has spoken to the local press ahead of this evening's League One clash with Scunthorpe United, and has looked back to last weekend's defeat to Bolton Wanderers and called upon his teammates to replicate the form they displayed before the defeat to the Trotters as he looks to get back to winning ways.

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Whitney Happy as Walsall's Injury Woes Begin to Ease

Walsall manager Jon Whitney has spoken to the local press ahead of this weekend's Sky Bet League One clash with Northampton Town, and has revealed that, following an injury crisis which saw Adam Chambers, Isaiah Osbourne, James O’Connor, Franck Moussa and Florent Cuvelier all receiving treatment, he now expects to have an almost fully-fit squad to select from.

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