Saddlers take four on board
By Chris Stanton
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Walsall manager Richard Money has taken four players on trial.
Walsall manager Richard Money has taken four players on trial as the Bescot club prepare themselves for life in League Two.
Goalkeeper Saul Deeney, defender Nathan Stanton and strikers Hector Sam and Adam Proudlock (pictured) are all hoping to impress The Saddlers in pre-season training.
Former Notts County player Deeney was most recently at Conference side Burton Albion - the club who took Manchester United to an FA Cup replay last season - but is keen on a return to The Football League.
Meanwhile, Stanton arrives at the club from Scunthorpe and Sam and Proudlock have travelled to the Black Country after being deemed surplus to requirements by Port Vale and Ipswich respectively.
"Hector broke his ankle at Port Vale and Adam's had a knee operation, so they're both working their way back to fitness but we won't be having too many other trialists in," Money told the club's official website.