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Luke Leahy Focused on Victory Ahead of 100th Club Appearance

Luke Leahy Focused on Victory Ahead of 100th Club Appearance

The Saddlers play host to Karl Robinson's midtable Oxford United on Saturday afternoon and Leahy, who - if selected - will be making his 48th first-team appearance of the season, believes that there is no room for error if the team are to battle their way back to safety before the season comes to an end in early May.

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Luke Leahy: "The Dressing Room is a Positive Place at the Moment"

26-year-old Leahy, who has scored three goals in forty-two appearances so far this season, believes that if the Saddlers will be able to avoid a drop into the fourth-tier if they can keep up their recent level of performance, but are under no illusion as there are plenty of games remaining.

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Luke Leahy: Walsall 'Nowhere Near Good Enough'

The Saddlers arrived at last weekend's match on the back of a duo of victories; including a Leahy-inspired win over Coventry City, and an Emirates FA Cup - Second Round triumph over Sunderland, and looked to build upon those results as they visited the struggling Bantams' Valley Parade.

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'No Truth' in Luke Leahy Contract Rumours

Masi, who reports for the Express & Star, insisted that there is 'no truth' in the reports that 25-year-old Leahy had rejected an offer of a new deal, going on to tell other fans not to read anything into it.

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Luke Leahy: "It Just Wasn't Good Enough"

Luke Leahy: "It Just Wasn't Good Enough"

Leahy, who was part of the side which produced their worst performance of the campaign, agreed that the Hatters had the better of the Saddlers in every position and ultimately deserved their win, although he and his fellow Saddlers don't have time to dwell on the result as they now look ahead to Tuesday's clash with Southend United.

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Luke Leahy Frustrated as Slow Start Costs The Saddlers

The result saw Dean Keates' Saddlers suffer just their second defeat of the league campaign, giving them plenty of frustration to take out on near-rivals Shrewsbury Town, who they face at Banks's Stadium on Tuesday evening.

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Dean Keates Insists Saturday's Teammate Tussle is 'Done and Dusted'

Summer signing Ferrier allowed anger and disappointment to get the better of him as, shortly after James Coppinger had put the visitors 3-1 up, he ran the length of the pitch to remonstrate with Leahy, with the pair having to be separated by teammates as tempers flared at the Banks's.

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Luke Leahy: Walsall Building a Winning Mentality

Luke Leahy: Walsall Building a Winning Mentality

Leahy, who was able to grab the winning goal after summer signing Andy Cook had levelled the scores on the stroke of half-time, admitted that last season the team would have crumbled under the pressure and may well have gone on to concede an equaliser.

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Luke Leahy: 'I Just Hit it and Started Running'

Luke Leahy: 'I Just Hit it and Started Running'

Coventry-born Leahy, who bagged three goals in fifty-two appearances last season, praised the club's supporters, admitting that the noise which erupted from the stands as the ball hit the back of the net was similar to that produced when George Dobson smashed home against Northampton Town.

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Luke Leahy: "We Need to Start Putting Things Right"

Luke Leahy: "We Need to Start Putting Things Right"

25-year-old Leahy, who has made forty-five first-team appearances since he joined the club on a free transfer from Falkirk last summer, admitted that the season has been a poor one but there is still time to pull it round and secure safety before the campaign comes to an end.

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Luke Leahy Named in EFL's Team of the Week

Walsall left-back Luke Leahy has been named in the EFL's 'Team of the Week' following his solid showing during the Saddlers' League One victory over Oxford United, which saw goals from Amadou Bakayoko and Erhun Oztumer secure three much-needed points.

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Leahy - "We Owe the Fans a Response"

Saddlers left-back Luke Leahy has spoken to the press ahead of this afternoon's League One clash with Plymouth Argyle, and admitted that manager Jon Whitney had every right to be angry with his players following their Boxing Day defeat to Rotherham United.

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Leahy - "We’re All Enjoying it at the Minute"

Leahy - "We’re All Enjoying it at the Minute"

Walsall defender Luke Leahy has spoken ahead of Saturday afternoon's Checkatrade Trophy clash with Bury, and discussed how much he and his teammates are enjoying their recent upturn in form, which has resulted in two league wins in a row along with a much improved level of performance.

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