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Morgan Ferrier Rejects Deadline Day Move to Southend United

Morgan Ferrier Rejects Deadline Day Move to Southend United

It is understood that Southend had a £75,000 bid accepted for the forward, before offering him a much improved contract, which would have allowed him to move closer to his family in the South, only for the former Boreham Wood striker to turn the move down late on, resulting in the deal falling through before the January Transfer Window closed at 11pm.

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Morgan Ferrier: 'It's Brilliant to Have Russell Martin at the Club'

Ferrier, who joined the Saddlers for an undisclosed fee from Boreham Wood over the summer, believes that Martin's experience and leadership skills will help the team to close out games, something they've not always been able to do over the course of the current campaign.

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Morgan Ferrier: "We Need to Be Better at Seeing Games Out"

Morgan Ferrier: "We Need to Be Better at Seeing Games Out"

Goals from Andy Cook and Isaiah Osbourne had put the Saddlers into a two goals lead going into the last ten minutes of the game, but own goals from Luke Leahy (80'), and Dominic Gape (84') along with Alex Samuel's injury time strike saw the match end with the visitors disappointed not to get back on level terms.

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Fiery Ferrier Keen to Repay the Faith

Fiery Ferrier Keen to Repay the Faith

London-born Ferrier, who enjoyed youth spells with Arsenal. Watford, and Nottingham Forest along with a season at Crystal Palace, before eventually moving to non-league football, admits that he has made a few mistakes during his short career but is determined to prove his worth and make the most of the opportunity afforded to him by the Saddlers.

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Morgan Ferrier: Hard Working Saddlers Motivated By Underdog Status

Morgan Ferrier: Hard Working Saddlers Motivated By Underdog Status

23-year-old Ferrier, who has bagged four goals in ten first-team appearances, is among a growing group of players who have started the season in superb form and believes that the squad is confident in it abilities and goes into games keen to prove the doubters, especially those who had the Saddlers as favourites for the drop, wrong.

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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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Morgan Ferrier: Walsall Motivated By Underdog Status

The Saddlers were widely tipped to struggle at the start of the campaign, but are yet to taste defeat so far this season, and have already booked a place in the second stage of the Carabao Cup, putting them among the form sides in the 92.

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Morgan Ferrier: "It's Been a Surreal Few Weeks"

Morgan Ferrier: "It's Been a Surreal Few Weeks"

The 23-year-old, who joined the Saddlers for an undisclosed fee on Transfer Deadline Day, admitted that it had been a surreal few weeks, but believes that the trust which Dean Keates has shown in him has helped him to hit the ground running

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Dean Keates Pleased With Walsall's Rebuilt Attacking Line

Keates, who recruited Andy Cook, Morgan Ferrier, and Josh Gordon over the summer, admits that it is still early days but is happy with what he has seen from his new front-line, especially with the partnership between Cook and Ferrier already beginning to bear fruit.

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Dean Keates: 'Hungry' Morgan Ferrier 'a Great Investment For the Club'

Keates, who came up against the then-Boreham Wood striker while he was in charge of National league outfit Wrexham, admitted that he was impressed with the 23-year-old, but never thought he would be able to meet his true valuation.

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Walsall Sign Boreham Wood Striker Morgan Ferrier on a Two-Year Deal

The London-born forward, who has penned an initial two-year deal, is the Saddlers' third signing of the day following the earlier arrival of West Brom defenders Jack Fitzwater and Kane Wilson, and will offer some much-needed fire power to the club's attacking line.

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