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Dean Keates Vows to Fight on as Walsall Boss

Dean Keates Vows to Fight on as Walsall Boss

Keates has seen his side slip from the upper echelons of the League One table to sit just two points above the relegation zone, admitted that Saturday's defeat to the Sky Blues, which saw former Saddlers strikers Amadou Bakayoko and Jordy Hiwula bag two of City's three goals, was simply not good enough and called for his team to step up to the challenge ahead of them.

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Dean Keates 'Hurt' as Walsall Slip to Seaside Defeat

Dean Keates 'Hurt' as Walsall Slip to Seaside Defeat

The defeat to the Seasiders means the Saddlers are now just two points above the drop-zone and, with fifteen games remaining and after suffering four defeats in the last five league outings, have to get some points on the board if they are to continue to be the masters of their own destiny.

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Dean Keates: "We Weren't Clinical Enough"

Dean Keates: "We Weren't Clinical Enough"

The manager, who had hoped to see his side build upon last weekend's three-nil victory over Gillingham, went on to admit that both of the Pilgrims' goals were down to individual errors as each player is given an opponent to mark before kick-off, meaning that both were avoidable.

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Dean Keates: 'We Did Enough to Get a Draw'

Dean Keates: 'We Did Enough to Get a Draw'

Keates, who had seen his side continue their poor run of form which sees them sit at the foot of the League One form guide, believes that the Saddlers were unlucky to end the game without as much as a point to show for their efforts, insisting they controlled the match for long periods of time.

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Dean Keates: "I Can't Defend That Performance"

Dean Keates: "I Can't Defend That Performance"

The manager, who watched as his side conceded four unanswered goals - three during a dismal second-half - couldn't hide his frustration as he called upon his team to 'grow up' and begin to learn from their mistakes as he refused to defend their terrible awayday showing.

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