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Sonner to make impact - DD

Walsall manager DD has told the Express and Star that he expects recent signing Danny Sonner to make an instant impact on his newly promoted side.
Sonner, who turned 35 recently, has signed on for a second spell with the Saddlers in a bid to try and get the club back into the Championship.
DD said that he expected the former Bluenose to have an effect on the younger players at the club.
With many younger midfielders on our books, including the Welsh under-21 international Mark Bradley, It is hoped that his experience can be used to bring the best out of the Saddler's youth.




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Writer: Saddler 13 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 28 2007

Time: 2:00PM

 

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