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Richard O'Kelly Returns


With more comebacks than Take That and Spice Girls... former Walsall player Richard O'Kelly is returning to the club as role as First Team Coach.

O'Kelly left Walsall last season to become manager of Hereford United but once their relegation to the Conference was confirmed he rejoined the Saddlers.

Then this season he left Walsall to join his old friend Sean O'Driscoll at Bristol City as his assistant. O'Kelly left Bristol City earlier this week following their relegation to League 1.

O'Kelly was instrumental to bringing the likes of Baxendale, Purkiss and Featherstone here and was a major influence on our results after the Coventry debacle, however it remains to be seen how long he will stay here this time...

Welcome back AGAIN Richard O'Kelly.




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Writer: Kev Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 13 2013

Time: 10:55AM

 

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