Monday, April 24, 2006

Kins in the Saddle

Former Charlton captain and legend Mark Kinsella has taken charge at Walsall for the last two games of the season following the sacking of manager Kevan Broadhurst after the Saddlers were relegated to League 2. Officially the search is on for a new manager, but the office with a view of the elevated section of the M6 may yet go to Kins.

He was described on one of the web sites as Walsall's 'forgotten man'. He left Charlton after his knees started to give way, spent a while in Villa and when he left there turned up at Walsall's training ground with his boots in the hope of getting a game.


Blogger Kappacino Kid said...

Kins is one of Charltons Leg-Ends. It would be great if he could have a great season in Poland and then takeover from Curbs in a years time. Unlikely, but a dream.

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