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Ellis Lee interviews Walsall fan Stu Jones

Ellis Lee interviews Walsall fan Stu Jones

Our Reporter Ellis Lee interviews Walsall fan Stu Jones.

After your draw away from home on Saturday how you feel your team played?

I thought that despite being comfortable in possession, we really struggled defensively in the first half and basic defensive errors meant we went in 1-0 down at the break. But, in the second half we controlled the game for large spells, got our deserved equaliser and could've gone on to win it.

Who are the players Bradford should look out for on Saturday?

Romaine Sawyers (number 10) usually stands out in the hole behind the striker with his ball manipulation and intelligent ability to find space.
If he plays, Billy Clifford (number 26) is another to look out for. On loan from Chelsea, he's a central midfielder who seeks the ball and will never give it away.

Where do you think Walsall will finish in the table this season?

Due to some of the key players we've lost, I'd be pretty happy with a top half finish.

New signing Tom Bradshaw seems to have settled in pretty well already with a goal do you think he will be a key player this year?

Having signed a striker from relegated Shrewsbury in the summer, most would've been skeptical but he's the best replacement for Will Grigg that we've found. He makes good off the ball runs, he's tidy with the ball at his feet and has shown he can finish. What more could you want?

Finally, What do you think the score will be on Saturday and scorers?

I'll go for a 2-1 home win. Sawyers and Grimes for us. Hanson for you.

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Writer:EllisLee
Date:Friday August 15 2014
Time: 11:23AM

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