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Clayton or Bossu Walsall's No 1

Clayton or Bossu Walsall's No 1

In todays Express and Star, DD has told of his expectation that Clayton Ince will be pushed all the way for the number one spot by French stopper, 26 year old Bertrand Bossu, and anyone who saw his performance in the Gale at Chester will know what a good battle lies ahead for that goalkeeping spot.

Whilst Dickie is full of praise for the Frenchman, and he expects him to go on and make a name for himself in the game, as his 6foot 5 inch frame provides an formidable barrier to opposition forwards. Dickie also under lines the qualities of big Clayton Ince and he will no doubt be first choice as he seeks to improve on a season which saw the Trinadad and Tobago international follow up his visit to the world cup by breaking the club record for clean sheets and playing a major part in Walsall's championship side.

In the article they also state DD hopes he has virtually got three major forwards 'in his back pocket'...read our three strikers story!

Writer:Jorge's Jottings
Date:Saturday July 7 2007
Time: 3:47PM

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Clayton Ince must be awful if that clown is "pushing him all the way".
JonP
07/07/2007 20:18:00
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Entitled to your opinion but Bossu has made a big improvement now he is at a club that is giving him decent coaching.
Big No 9
08/07/2007 10:08:00
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