Seven Saddlers players have been named player ambassadors for the 2018/19 season.
Continuing Walsall FC’s and the PFA’s commitment to player engagement, the first-team squad take part in a number of player visits throughout the year.
Co-ordinated by Walsall FC Community Programme and the PFA, the players visit a range of community activities at schools and local projects.
Our ambassadors for this season are:
Adam Chambers – Community
George Dobson – Education
Joe Edwards – Health
Liam Kinsella – Sports Participation
Maz Kouhyar – Social Inclusion
Morgan Ferrier – Equality
Nicky Devlin – Disabilities
The PFA are strong supporters of community schemes up and down the country, and work closely with clubs and players to use the power of football for good causes.
Liam Kinsella, Ambassador for Sports Participation, said: “I’m really proud to be a player ambassador for the first time this year. It’s important to us to be involved with the community and to support local projects.
“I’m very passionate about keeping children active and giving them opportunities to take part in sport, so being the Sports Participation ambassador is fantastic for me.”
Community Director Adam Davy added: “The ambassadors’ role will be to promote our key themes in the Walsall community.
“Walsall FC is proud to be recognised as a ‘community club’ and we’re pleased to have the players supporting our work.”