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- Walsall is the spiritual home of three of the standards of English cuisine - the Donner Kebab, Pork Scratchings and Curry.
- It is also the junction with the Chase Line from Birmingham and Walsall.
- He returned to Walsall as their record signing (£175,000) in the autumn of 1979.
- In March 2006 he made his English League One debut with Yeovil Town in a 2–0 win away to Walsall.
- English teenage sensation Bolton-based Amir Khan made his first appearance in Scotland and stopped his compatriot Steve Gethin of Walsall in three rounds.
- The main university campus is in the city centre, with other campuses at Compton, and in the nearby towns of Walsall and Telford.
- He had to wait three months for his debut, coming on as a substitute in a 2-2 draw with Walsall, on 9 March 1982.
- He returned to Walsall as their record signing (£175,000) in June 1979.
- It reopened in 1989 and is part of the Rugeley - Cannock - Walsall - Birmingham line operated by London Midland.
- In the summer of 2005 he joined Bristol Rovers for a short spell before moving to Walsall and then Port Vale in the autumn.
- Horton was a respected journeyman midfield player who started his career with Walsall and his home town Hednesford before signing for Port Vale in July 1970.
- In 1970, the Lancaster-Penrith link was completed, along with a short section of motorway by-passing the south of Walsall.
- He scored his first goal in his next appearance against Walsall in November 1987 and ended the season with 17 first team appearances to his name.
- During the 1972-73 season, he had a five-month spell as manager of Walsall.
- Buckley was formerly a professional footballer, most notably as a striker for Walsall F.C.
- Buckley began his career with Nottingham Forest, but was transferred to Walsall in 1973 having never managed to win a regular place in the first team.
- Paul Charles Merson (born Harlesden, 20 March 1968) is a retired English football player, and former player-manager of Walsall.
- Reports vary as to where the band first all met - a pub in Walsall, Staffordshire or a rehearsal room in London being cited by some.
- He became a prolific striker with Walsall, before he was transferred briefly to Birmingham City in October 1979.
- There are two trains per hour from the station to Rugeley, Walsall, and Birmingham.
- Trains from Walsall take three minutes to the ground and on matchdays all services stop at Bescot Stadium.
- The present station opened in 1989, as part of the first stage of the reopening of the Chase Line from Walsall to Hednesford to passenger trains.
- Our tasty range of pork scratchings and pork crackling are the best scratchings in the West Midlands, based in Walsall, UK.
- Darlaston is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall in the West Midlands of England.
- Walsall to Birmingham, and all stations to Birmingham International: two trains per hour (alternate trains do not stop at Adderley Park).
- CHASE LINE trains take just under 30 minutes to travel from Rugeley Town to Walsall, and 40 minutes from Cannock to Birmingham.
- Highlight of the decade - Walsall became Water Polo Champions of England for the first time by beating Weston-Super-Mare 6 - 5 at Birmingham.
- The much larger Wolverhampton and Walsall were also in Staffordshire until local government reorganisation in 1974, but are now within the West Midlands.
- Paul Charles Merson (born March 20, 1968 in Harlesden, London, England) is a retired English football player, and former player-manager of Walsall.
- John Evans (born 1900 in Barking, England) was a footballer who played in the Football League for Sheffield United, Walsall and Stoke.
- Countries > United Kingdom > England > Birmingham
- Passenger Trains
- Countries > United Kingdom > England > West Midlands
- Countries > United Kingdom > England > Staffordshire
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