2010–11 Walsall F.C. season

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Incumbents[edit]

Manager - Chris Hutchings (until 4 January 2011), Dean Smith thereafter.

Chairman - Jeff Bonser.

Shirt Sponsors - Walsall Hospice.

Kit Manufacturers - Admiral.

First-team squad[edit]

Squad at end of season[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 England GK Jonny Brain
2 England DF Darryl Westlake
3 England DF Aaron Lescott
4 England DF Clayton McDonald
5 England DF Oliver Lancashire
6 England DF Manny Smith
8 England MF Matt Richards
9 Jamaica FW Darren Byfield[2]
10 Republic of Ireland FW Jon Macken[3]
11 England FW Alex Nicholls
12 England MF Paul Marshall
14 England DF Richard Taundry
15 England FW Jamie Paterson
16 England DF Alex Hickman
No. Position Player
17 England FW George Bowerman
18 England MF Julian Gray
19 England FW Will Grigg
20 England MF Sean Geddes
21 Republic of Ireland GK David Bevan
23 France MF Marco Gbarssin[4] (on loan from Carlisle United)
24 England MF Aaron Forde
26 Scotland MF Marc Laird (on loan from Millwall)
27 England MF Jordan Cook (on loan from Sunderland)
28 Cyprus DF Tom Williams[5]
29 England GK Jimmy Walker
30 Argentina MF Emmanuel Ledesma
32 England DF Andy Butler

Left club during season[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
7 Northern Ireland FW Steve Jones (on loan to Motherwell)
22 England FW Reuben Reid (on loan from West Bromwich Albion)
22 England MF Matthew Gill (on loan from Norwich City)
23 Northern Ireland DF Ryan McGivern (on loan from Manchester City)
23 Wales FW Jason Price (on loan from Carlisle United)
No. Position Player
26 England MF David Davis (on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers)
27 England DF Andrew Davies (on loan from Stoke City)
28 England MF Martin Devaney[6] (on loan from Barnsley)
30 England FW Liam Dickinson (on loan from Barnsley)

Results[edit]

League One[edit]

Game Date Opponent Venue Result Goalscorers Attendance
1 7 Aug Milton Keynes Dons H 1 - 2 Smith 48' 4,034
2 14 Aug Brentford A 1 - 2 Nicholls 12', Gray 54' 4,544
3 21 Aug Plymouth Argyle H 2 - 1 Marshall 53', Reid 69' 3,966
4 28 Aug Brighton & Hove Albion A 2 - 1 Macken 90' 8,737
5 4 Sep Colchester United H 0 - 1 - 3,416
6 11 Sep Rochdale A 3 - 2 Macken 4', Byfield 45' 3,174
7 18 Sep Swindon Town H 1 - 2 Reid 70' 4,580
8 25 Sep Hartlepool United A 2 - 1 Gray 9' 2,552
9 28 Sep Leyton Orient A 0 - 0 - 2,963
10 2 Oct Yeovil Town H 0 - 1 - 3,172
11 9 Oct Exeter City H 2 - 1 Reid 32', Richards 43' 3,776
12 16 Oct Dagenham & Redbridge A 1 - 1 Devaney 50' 2,666
13 23 Oct Tranmere Rovers H 1 - 4 Macken 65' 3,362
14 30 Oct Huddersfield Town A 1 - 0 - 13,062
15 2 Nov Peterborough United H 1 - 3 Gray 53' 3,294
16 13 Nov Bournemouth A 3 - 0 - 5,601
17 20 Nov Carlisle United H 2 - 1 Richards 37', 53' 4,256
18 23 Nov Sheffield Wednesday A 3 - 0 - 15,228
19 12 Dec Charlton Athletic A 0 - 1 Richards 69' 14,938
20 1 Jan Notts County H 0 - 3 - 4,131
21 3 Jan Peterborough United A 4 - 1 Nicholls 10' 5,517
22 8 Jan Tranmere Rovers A 3 - 3 Richards 32', Macken 85', Butler 90' 4,602
23 11 Jan Bristol Rovers A 2 - 2 Grigg 5', Lescott 83' 5,369
24 15 Jan Huddersfield Town H 2 - 4 Nicholls 14', Richards 47' 3,827
25 22 Jan Exeter City A 2 - 1 Gray 85' 4,853
26 25 Jan Oldham Athletic H 1 - 1 Westlake 61' 3,247
27 29 Jan Bristol Rovers H 6 - 1 Butler 17', 73', Gill 34', Gray 45', Richards 50', Nicholls 69' 4,023
28 2 Feb Notts County A 1 - 1 Nicholls 88'
29 5 Feb Carlisle United A 3 - 1 Gill 37', Gray 59', 73' 4,332
30 12 Feb Bournemouth H 0 -1 - 4,103
31 15 Feb Dagenham and Redbridge H 1 - 0 Grigg 81' 3,174
32 19 Feb Colchester United A 0-2 - 3,439
33 26 Feb Rochdale H 0-0 - 3,830
34 1 Mar Southampton H 1-0 Macken 69' 4,684
35 5 Mar Swindon A 0-0 - 10,489
36 8 Mar Leyton Orient H 0-2 - 3,019
37 12 Mar Yeovil A 1-1 Macken 18' 3,737
38 19 Mar Hartlepool H 5-2 Grigg 59', Byfield 64', Gray 77', Smith 83', Ledesma 90' 4,234
39 25 Mar MK Dons A 1-1 Richards 29' 8,923
40 9 Apr Plymouth Argyle A 0-2 - 7,995

FA Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Goalscorers Attendance
First 6 Nov Fleetwood Town A 1 - 1 Richards 4' 2,319
First Replay 16 Nov Fleetwood Town H 2 - 0 Reid 58', 90' 2,056
Second 27 Nov Torquay United A 1 - 0 - 2,334

League Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Goalscorers Attendance
First 10 Aug Tranmere Rovers H 0 - 1 - 2,253

Football League Trophy[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Goalscorers Attendance
First 31 Aug Chesterfield H 1 - 2 Reid 19' 1,793

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.footballsquads.co.uk/eng/2010-2011/flone/walsall.htm
  2. ^ Byfield was born in Sutton Coldfield, England.
  3. ^ Macken was born in Manchester, England.
  4. ^ Gbarssin was born in Bordeaux, France, but also qualifies to represent the Central African Republic internationally.
  5. ^ Williams was born in sutton, England.
  6. ^ Devaney was born in Cheltenham, England.