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Kieron Morris: Walsall Winger Linked With Tranmere Rovers

Morris, who has struggled to break into Saddlers manager Dean Keates' first-team plans over recent weeks, is said to be a major target for League Two outfit Tranmere Rovers with the Prenton Park side keen to land the winger on loan.

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Graham Biggs Pleased With Young Saddlers' Dominant Display

Graham Biggs Pleased With Young Saddlers' Dominant Display

Long-time club servant Biggs, who was appointed academy boss following the departure of Neil Woods in November 2016, has seen his side struggle over the early stages of their EFL Youth Alliance and Alliance Cup campaigns went on to back his side to 'go on and beat a team by a considerable amount of goals', but only if they can make better use of their lengthy spells with the ball.

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Youth Alliance: Walsall 1 Tranmere Rovers 1

Youth Alliance: Walsall 1 Tranmere Rovers 1

The young Saddlers arrived at the morning's match after failing to secure victory in any of their first three league outings, and also suffering a narrow 2-1 defeat to Doncaster Rovers during their opening Youth Alliance Cup group game last weekend.

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Carabao Cup Match Report: Tranmere Rovers 1 Walsall 3

Walsall arrived at this evening's match in good form having taken four points from a possible six in their opening League One games. The Saddlers exited the competition at the First Round stage last season and were keen to go at least one step further as tackled Micky Mellon's side at Prenton Park.

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Keates Backs Andy Cook to Take the Game to Tranmere

Cook, who bagged twenty-eight goals for the Super Whites last season, joined the Saddlers on a two-year deal over the summer and has been backed to take on his former side in the same way he does all of his opponents, with Keates insisting that the 27-year-old just wants to score goals.

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Dean Keates: Momentum is Key Heading into Cup Clash

Keates, who has seen his side take four points from a possible six so far this season, insisted that he will send his team out with the same attitude as they have in their league outings, with a desire to dominate proceedings by playing on the front foot.

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Andy Cook 'Shocked' as He Prepares to Make a Swift Return to Tranmere

Andy Cook 'Shocked' as He Prepares to Make a Swift Return to Tranmere

27-year-old Cook, who scored twenty-eight goals in forty-five first-team appearances for Rovers last season including bagging a goal during the side's National League Play-Off Final victory over Boreham Wood, will officially join the Saddlers on Sunday, 1st July after turning down a new deal with the Wirral-based side.

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Carabao Cup: Walsall Drawn Away From Home

Carabao Cup: Walsall Drawn Away From Home

The Saddlers, who exited last season's competition at the First Round stage after losing to Sheffield United by three-goals-to-two at Bramall Lane, will travel to the Wirral where they will take on Tranmere Rovers, with the fixture due to take place during the week commencing Monday, 13th August 2018.

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Keates Praise For 'Ambitious' Andy Cook

The 27-year-old striker, who was the National League top-scorer last season after bagging twenty-eight goals in forty-five first-team appearances, has agreed a two-year deal at Banks's Stadium, played a major part in the Rovers side which achieved promotion back to the English Football League after defeating Boreham Wood in the Play-Off Final.

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Josh Ginnelly Joins on a One-Year Deal

Josh Ginnelly Joins on a One-Year Deal

21-year-old, Coventry-born Ginnelly, is no stranger to the Saddlers as he spent the first half of the 2016/17 campaign on loan at Banks's Stadium, where he would go on to make fourteen first-team appearances.

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Andy Cook Wishes Tranmere 'All the Best' as He Begins Life as a Saddler

The twenty-seven year-old, who was the National league top-scorer after bagging twenty-eight goals in all-competitions, sought to praise both the club and its supporters as he prepares to say his final goodbyes before making the move to the midlands in just a few short weeks.

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Andy Cook: "I Can't Wait to Get Started"

Bishop Auckland-born Cook was not short of options following a campaign which saw him score twenty-eight goals in all competitions including one during Rovers' Vanarama National League Play-Off Final victory over Boreham Wood.

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Tranmere Rovers Striker Andy Cook Joins on a Two-Year Deal

Tranmere Rovers Striker Andy Cook Joins on a Two-Year Deal

Bishop Auckland-born Cook is a product of Carlisle United's youth system, he rose through the ranks at the Brunton Park club to turn professional in the summer of 2009. He was unable to make the breakthrough for the Cumbrian side and, following a couple of loan spells, would go on to join Barrow permanently in January 2011.

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