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Showing posts with label Dean Keates. Show all posts

Martin O'Connor Wants His Players to Produce a 'Walsall FC Performance'

51-year-old O'Connor, who will be assisted by Andy Davies, Michael Oakes, and John Ward, went on to praise the players for their attitude, revealing that they have trained well before calling upon them to produce a 'Walsall FC performance' as they take on Accrington Stanley at the Wham Stadium this weekend.

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Next Walsall Manager: Sunday's Updated Betting Odds

Next Walsall Manager: Sunday's Updated Betting Odds

Whilst the main favourites remain the same as those suggested on Saturday evening, with Chris Powell (7/2), Paul Hurst (7/1), and Darrell Clarke (8/1) topping the table, there are a few new additions to the list, including a couple of former Saddlers.

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Dean Keates Sacked: Manager Axed as Saddlers' Slump Continues

Keates, who was in the early stages of the second year of a three-year contract at Banks's Stadium, had seen his side slip from the upper echelons of the table in the early stages of the season to sit in the dropzone zone with just five games remaining.

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Dean Keates Issues Rallying Cry Ahead of Oxford United Clash

Walsall-born Keates, who has seen his side defeated in each of their last four league outings, believes the fans' backing will be crucial as the Saddlers enter the final six games of the 2018/19 campaign, and called upon the Saddlers faithful to recreate the atmosphere generated during last year's season-saving win over Northampton Town.

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Dean Keates: 'In-Form Oxford Prove Fortunes Can Change'

Dean Keates: 'In-Form Oxford Prove Fortunes Can Change'

United are unbeaten in their last four games, winning three on the bounce against Bradford, Coventry and Wycombe in the process and Keates is wary of the threat they will pose. However, the Walsall-born boss is looking to start off this crucial run of six games with a much-needed win against Karl Robinson’s men.

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Dean Keates: 'Turn Performance Into Points'

Dean Keates: 'Turn Performance Into Points'

The Saddlers dominated last weekend's televised clash with title-chasing Barnsley but were undone by Jacob Brown’s cruel stoppage-time winner, falling to a gut-wrenching 1-0 defeat despite Isaiah Osbourne hitting the back of the net during the first-half - referee Ben Toner calling play back for a soft foul.

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Dean Keates: "We Have to Dust Ourselves Down & Regroup"

Dean Keates: "We Have to Dust Ourselves Down & Regroup"

Dean, who was speaking just a few minutes after his side conceded a ninety-second minute goal during their televised clash with title-chasing Barnsley, believes that his side could well have won the match by two or three goals but once again were the masters of their own downfall as thee Tykes strengthened their place in the race to secure a spot in the Championship.

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Kory Roberts Continues to Work Towards a Return to Fitness

Kory Roberts Continues to Work Towards a Return to Fitness

The versatile youngster has been on the sidelines since suffering a nasty double leg break during the Saddlers' pre-season clash with Championship side Stoke City back in July, with the Birmingham-born centre-back working hard alongside the club's medical department in a bid to return to action before the season ends.

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