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Wrexham Boss Not Expecting Manny Smith to Depart

Ricketts, who was speaking as he and his team prepare to take on last season's defeated National League Play-Off finalists Boreham Wood this weekend, insisted that Birmingham-born Smith will not be going anywhere.

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Dean Keates Welcomes Joe Slinn to the Club

Dean Keates Welcomes Joe Slinn to the Club

19-year-old, Stoke-on-Trent born Slinn, will spend the entire 2018/19 campaign on loan to local Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Central side Rushall Olympic as Keates seeks to secure some much-needed first-team football for his latest summer signing.

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Walsall's Interest in Olly Marx Cools as Keates Considers His Options

Marx, who was surprisingly released by the Dragons at the end of last season, featured ten times during Keates' time at the club and was seen as a major prospect for the North Wales side.

However, the defender, who is said to be attracting the interest of several other clubs, is no longer in the Saddlers manager's plans - although he may revisit the move later down the line.

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The Rumour Mill: Wrexham Defender to Join the Saddlers?

The teenage centre-back, who was given his first team debut last season by Dean Keates as he started the Red Dragons' 2-0 home defeat against Harrogate Town in the FA Trophy - First Round, has been offered his first professional contract by recently-appointed Reds’ boss Sam Ricketts after impressing in the youth ranks.

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Chris Dunn Backed to Challenge Liam Roberts For the Starting Spot

Chris Dunn Backed to Challenge Liam Roberts For the Starting Spot

Keates, who is keen to add stability to the squad ahead of the opening game of the season, insisted that Dunn has not been signed to make up the numbers, and expects the stopper, who also played for the likes of Northampton Town, Coventry City, Yeovil Town and Cambridge United before joining Wrexham, to push Liam Roberts for the coveted number 1 spot.

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Chris Dunn: "I'm Really Excited to Get Underway"

Chris Dunn: "I'm Really Excited to Get Underway"

The towering 6’5” London-born stopper, who along with amassing over fifty National League appearances with Wrexham, has played in the EFL for Northampton Town, Coventry City, Yeovil Town and Cambridge United, making over 240 appearances since turning professional over a decade ago, and is keen to add to that tally as he begins a new chapter of his career.

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Goalkeeper Chris Dunn Joins on a One-Year Deal

30-year-old Dunn, who joins the Saddlers on a free transfer following the expiration of his Dragons deal, kept fifteen clean sheets in thirty-five first-team appearances for the Racecourse Ground side last season, helping them set a new club shut-out record.

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Keates Not Interested in Former Wrexham Striker

39-year-old, Walsall-born Keates is said to be keen to add several new players to his squad over the coming weeks as he seeks to avoid a repeat of the Saddlers' 2017/18 campaign, which saw the side struggle towards the bottom of the tabe for much of the campaign.

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Andy Davies Confirmed as Walsall's New Assistant Manager

Wrexham-born Davies replaces former Chester defender Ian Sharps, who left the club yesterday afternoon, as Dean Keates begins to shape both his first-team squad and backroom team following a disappointing 2017/18 campaign.

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Dean Keates: "I Couldn’t Pass up this Opportunity to Manage my Hometown Club"

Newly appointed Walsall manager Dean Keates has taken to Twitter to thank Wrexham's fans, players and backroom staff for their support over the last fifteen months, before wishing them well for the future.

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Dean Keates Confirmed as Walsall's New Manager

Dean Keates Confirmed as Walsall's New Manager

Following several hours of speculation, Walsall Football Club have confirmed the managerial appointment of former Saddlers midfielder Dean Keates, who returns to Banks's Stadium on a three-and-a-half-year deal after leaving National League title-chasers Wrexham.

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