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Showing posts with label Martin O'Connor. Show all posts

Press Conference: Martin O'Connor Looks Ahead to Southend United Clash

O'Connor, who will be hoping to see an improved Saddlers performance following last weekend's dismal defeat to Accrington Stanley, covers a number of topics as he looks ahead to Friday afternoon's crucial clash.

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Martin O'Connor Expects to See a Reaction as The Saddlers Take on the Shrimpers

Martin O'Connor Expects to See a Reaction as The Saddlers Take on the Shrimpers

Walsall, who play host to fellow strugglers Southend on Good Friday before tacking on Wycombe Wanderers on Easter Monday, and O’Connor revealed there were some harsh words said following last weekend's ‘non-performance’ against Accrington Stanley, and the 51-year-old is hoping that those harsh words can get a reaction, in what is set to be a pivotal weekend.

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Martin O'Connor: "There Was Nothing, It Was a Non-Performance"

Martin O'Connor: "There Was Nothing, It Was a Non-Performance"

O'Connor, who is the main man at Banks's Stadium following last weekend's less-than surprising sacking of club legend Dean Keates, was unable to hide his disappointment as the Saddlers failed to make much of an impact upon relegation rivals Accrington Stanley, in a display which the 51-year-old labelled a 'non-performance'.

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Martin O'Connor: "Put a Bit of Pride Back into the Shirt"

O'Connor, who is at the helm following last weekend's sacking of Dean Keates, believes his team must begin to show pride in the shirt and show that they are willing to put it all on the line for the cause if they are to end a run of form which has seen them defeated on each of their last five outings.

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George Dobson Hails 'Brilliant' Martin O'Connor

The Saddlers arrive at this weekend's clash on the back of five consecutive defeats and in dire need of both an improved performance and three points as they currently sit just one place above the foot of the League One table with just five games remaining.

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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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Martin O'Connor: "We Need to Stick Together"

Martin O'Connor: "We Need to Stick Together"

51-year-old O'Connor, who is no stranger to either the playing surface or dugout at Banks's Stadium, revealed he is looking forward to meeting the challenge head on, before calling upon his players to 'give their all for this football club' as they look to turn around this latest slump in form.

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Martin O'Connor Joins Walsall's Backroom Team

51-year-old O'Connor, who had a couple of playing spells with the club - making over 140 league appearances - is no stranger to the coaching structure at Banks's Stadium having enjoyed a less-than-successful spell as Assistant Manager to former Walsall boss Chris Hutchings.

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