Keates: Oxford game is 'massive'1 April 2019
Manager Dean Keates has labelled next weekend’s game against Oxford United as “massive” following the Saddlers’ defeat at Doncaster Rovers.
Keates anticipating tough test against 'surprise package' Doncaster29 March 2019
Saddlers boss Dean Keates has praised the job done by Doncaster counterpart Grant McCann, labelling Rovers as this season's “surprise package”.
Keates: Saddlers must start converting performances into points28 March 2019
Dean Keates insists his players remain positive despite recent results but admits the Saddlers must start converting performances into points.
Keates: keep showing the same work-rate and endeavour25 March 2019
Dean Keates is confident the Saddlers will stay in League One if his side continue to show the same work-rate and endeavour.
Keates: ‘we were by far the better team’23 March 2019
A disappointed Dean Keates felt the Saddlers were “by far the better team” in the last-gasp 1-0 defeat by second-placed Barnsley.
Keates: Barnsley game a big opportunity for us20 March 2019
Dean Keates is aiming to put pressure on the other teams in the relegation dog-fight by picking up a positive result in Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off against Barnsley.
Gordon: results don't justify our performances19 March 2019
Striker Josh Gordon believes that the last two results haven't justified the way the team have been playing recently.
Keates: I'm pleased with the character we've shown18 March 2019
Saddlers manager Dean Keates is confident that if his side play with the passion and desire they have in the last two games, then they will beat the drop.
Keates: final ball let us down16 March 2019
Dean Keates felt his side were let down by the final ball as the Saddlers slipped to a 2-1 defeat at promotion-chasing Sunderland.
Keates disappointed with goals conceded13 March 2019
Dean Keates was disappointed with the goals his side conceded in the Saddlers’ 3-2 defeat to promotion-pushing Portsmouth.
Keates: Saddlers' hard work is paying off11 March 2019
Saddlers manager Dean Keates was delighted to see that the hard work his players have been putting in on the training pitch has now transferred into games.