With the transfer window finally in full force there has been a lot of movement for ex Saddlers players over the past few days.
Kieron Morris and Joe Edwards left the club last month after boss Darrell Clarke decided to release them at the end of their contracts and both have secured deals with their new clubs.
Morris signed for Tranmere Rovers yesterday and Joe Edwards has today signed for Plymouth Argyle.
Morris played over one-hundred and fifty times for the Saddlers before falling out of favour with manager Dean Keates last season. He joined Tranmere on loan famously after his mother took to Facebook to show her anger at her son being left out the Walsall side. He won promotion with Tranmere and has been rewarded with a two year deal.
Welcome back, Kieron!
— Tranmere Rovers (@TranmereRovers) June 26, 2019
Edwards scored eleven goals in one hundred and four appearances for the Saddlers, he was an outstanding player before his ACL injury and if he can get back to the form before it then Plymouth have a very good signing.
— Plymouth Argyle FC (@Only1Argyle) June 27, 2019
Former loanee Corey Blackett-Taylor has joined Kieron Morris at Tranmere whilst former Walsall defender Anthony Gerrard has teamed up with his former manager John Sheridan at Conference side Chesterfield.
Spireites in triple transfer swoop. Details here ???? https://t.co/KOggjoVIjh
— Chesterfield FC (@ChesterfieldFC) June 26, 2019
We wish all four of them the best of luck at their new clubs.