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But two wealthy backers of Walsall Football Club have appeared on a rich list of the game's wealthiest 100 personalities.
: There was at one time two Walsall football clubs with Walsall Town (founded in 1877) and Walsall Swifts (founded in 1879).
I got into it after my brother won a place as a trainee at Walsall Football Club.
The board of directors have met on a number of occasions to ensure that we make the right appointment for Walsall Football Club.
WHEN it's not playing host to Walsall Football Club matches, the Banks's Stadium does a decent trade in wedding receptions.
Michael Moore, director of the Football Development Scheme, at Solihull College, said: "The programme has been going from strength to strength since it was founded in 2000 and has already seen students gain professional football contracts for Walsall Football Club and Derby County.
JOVIAL new Walsall Football Club assistant manager David Kelly certainly loves a 'shaggy dog tale' and fans have been reminiscing about the time the former striker discovered his pet pooch downed half a bottle of booze.
The PeopleServe Star Awards, held at Walsall Football Club, was attended by more than 200 employees.