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Sheffield United v Walsall - Pre Match Thoughts

Coming back from the International break feels like the start of a new season.

As I have said before being a Saddlers fan two matches in a row being postponed is a rare event. 156 more words

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International Update

International breaks are rare for Walsall supporters.  As we go into Easter weekend both of our games have been called off as we we have too many players representing their countries. 152 more words

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"Eleven Hours Since ...": Bradford at Home.

Sunday, 29th November, home.

Some of the terrorists blamed for the Paris murders were living in a part of the Belgian capital, Brussels. The Belgian police and anti-terrorist organisations have been searching the area and, allegedly the ring leader was identified and killed. 966 more words

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Beware of Offers: Burton Albion at Home

Friday Night: 9th October, 2015

At home

So, this weekend sees another international break … and another enterprising bid by the Saddlers to grab a few more fans (at least for one home game, if not – having been so impressed by what these “first timers/floating fans” have seen on their day – for games for the rest of the season. 1,551 more words

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Dracula's Ghost and A Posh Trip: Peterborough Away

Sunday, 20th September, 2015

Home

Friday began with a day’s work in Tamworth: a fine warm day, autumnal misty roads on the journey there. But my new Android ‘phone is turned off while I am work so I missed the calls about he Peterborough game, but managed to catch a lift anyway … 1,130 more words

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On The Azkals win vs. Bahrain in The 2018 World Cup Qualifier

On the eve of the country’s 117th Independence Day from Spanish rule, the Philippine Azkals broke free from their dependence on the long-ball strategy against seasoned opponents and instead relied on smart passes to carve out chances in a 2-1 victory vs. 1,626 more words

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