There’s certainly a feel good factor sweeping through the Saddlers fanbase at the moment and yesterday’s point against Barnsley was seen as the pinnacle of our season so far.
We take a look at all the tweets following yesterday’s draw and pick out the best ones that really captivate the feeling at the moment.
Andy Cooks eighty-seventh minute equaliser sent the away end into utter scenes and can be seen in this video as one fan decides to play kiss chase with the Barnsley steward….
— Posi_Osbourne (@graythesaddler) September 8, 2018
Neil was delighted with the comeback but not so much about the quality of the ifollow stream
Fantastic fight back – Dodgy ifollow cameraman????
— neil beech (@neilbeech1) September 8, 2018
James felt we rode our luck but could have snatched it…
Solid performance against a good team. Rode our luck at times but also missed two open goals from inside 6 yard box! Still unbeaten! UTS
— James Turley (@J_Turley) September 8, 2018
Little Old Walsall will have to decide between sending his other half a valentines card or this group of players
— Little Old Walsall (@Littleoldwfc) September 8, 2018
Mikey James was full of praise of Liam Roberts following his three world class saves
— Michael J (@MikeyJames1986) September 8, 2018
Banksy is proud of the team
This team just don’t give up do they! They are certainly making the town proud!!
— Mark Banks ???????????????????????????? (@wfcbanksy) September 8, 2018
Darren Fellows yet again compares this side to Sir Rays men and the class of 98/99
I love this team. Stared defeat between the eyes and told it to foxtrot oscar. I’ll give them the greatest compliment I can – they’re so 98/99 it’s frightening. #OnwardsAndUpwards
— Darren Fellows (@dazfellows) September 8, 2018
Jon wants the Saddlers to offer Liam Roberts a new contract and quickly
Cracking result. Very lucky luck to not be 2 or 3 down with the break aways. How good is Liam Roberts? He’s an absolute beast dust off the Grigg contract for him to sign
— Jon Taylor (@Jonnytiz) September 8, 2018
And here’s our tongue in cheek attempt following Neil Etheridges nomination of Premier League player of the month – we believe Liam Roberts is better…
— Vital Walsall (@VitalWalsall) September 8, 2018
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