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  1. Walsall is the spiritual home of three of the standards of English cuisine - the Donner Kebab, Pork Scratchings and Curry. (Web site)

Chase Line

  1. It is also the junction with the Chase Line from Birmingham and Walsall.


  1. He returned to Walsall as their record signing (£175,000) in the autumn of 1979.

March 2006

  1. In March 2006 he made his English League One debut with Yeovil Town in a 2–0 win away to Walsall.

Three Rounds

  1. English teenage sensation Bolton-based Amir Khan made his first appearance in Scotland and stopped his compatriot Steve Gethin of Walsall in three rounds.

Nearby Towns

  1. The main university campus is in the city centre, with other campuses at Compton, and in the nearby towns of Walsall and Telford.

March 1982

  1. 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. (Web site)

June 1979

  1. He returned to Walsall as their record signing (£175,000) in June 1979. (Web site)


  1. It reopened in 1989 and is part of the Rugeley - Cannock - Walsall - Birmingham line operated by London Midland. (Web site)

Port Vale

  1. In the summer of 2005 he joined Bristol Rovers for a short spell before moving to Walsall and then Port Vale in the autumn.


  1. 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.

Short Section

  1. In 1970, the Lancaster-Penrith link was completed, along with a short section of motorway by-passing the south of Walsall.

November 1987

  1. 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. (Web site)


  1. During the 1972-73 season, he had a five-month spell as manager of Walsall. (Web site)


  1. Buckley was formerly a professional footballer, most notably as a striker for Walsall F.C. (Web site)
  2. 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.

March 1968

  1. Paul Charles Merson (born Harlesden, 20 March 1968) is a retired English football player, and former player-manager of Walsall.


  1. 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. (Web site)

Birmingham City

  1. He became a prolific striker with Walsall, before he was transferred briefly to Birmingham City in October 1979.


  1. There are two trains per hour from the station to Rugeley, Walsall, and Birmingham. (Web site)
  2. Trains from Walsall take three minutes to the ground and on matchdays all services stop at Bescot Stadium.

Passenger Trains

  1. 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.

West Midlands

  1. Our tasty range of pork scratchings and pork crackling are the best scratchings in the West Midlands, based in Walsall, UK. (Web site)
  2. Darlaston is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall in the West Midlands of England. (Web site)


  1. Walsall to Birmingham, and all stations to Birmingham International: two trains per hour (alternate trains do not stop at Adderley Park).
  2. CHASE LINE trains take just under 30 minutes to travel from Rugeley Town to Walsall, and 40 minutes from Cannock to Birmingham.
  3. Highlight of the decade - Walsall became Water Polo Champions of England for the first time by beating Weston-Super-Mare 6 - 5 at Birmingham. (Web site)


  1. The much larger Wolverhampton and Walsall were also in Staffordshire until local government reorganisation in 1974, but are now within the West Midlands.
  2. Paul Charles Merson (born March 20, 1968 in Harlesden, London, England) is a retired English football player, and former player-manager of Walsall.
  3. John Evans (born 1900 in Barking, England) was a footballer who played in the Football League for Sheffield United, Walsall and Stoke.


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