All posts tagged with: Shaun Whalley

Shrewsbury Town Season Preview: can Salop re-build?

With the 2018-19 League One season drawing nearer, The Football Lab spoke to Shrewsbury Town supporter Peter Jones (@THEPeterJones). It felt like Shrewsbury’s class of 2017-18 should have been heralded as promotion-winning heroes in May, yet the lacklustre defeat at Wembley followed by Paul Hurst’s acrimonious exit seemed to create a very different feeling. Was… Read more →

Walsall 1-1 Shrewsbury: excellent Roberts

In a cagey afternoon of good team defending, Walsall held league leaders Shrewsbury Town to a 1-1 draw, as Stefan Payne’s first half penalty cancelled out Daniel Agyei’s opener. Here’s our player ratings from the game. Walsall Mark Gillespie – didn’t have to make a single save apart from the penalty from which Shrewsbury scored.… Read more →

Shrewsbury 1-0 Southend Six Things: solid Salop

Shrewsbury Town secured League One survival thanks to a 1-0 win over play-off chasing Southend – but what have we learnt from the game? Shrewsbury used the right well The right-sided triumvirate of full-back Joe Riley, attacking midfielder Bryn Morris and wide man Shaun Whalley was instrumental to Shrewsbury’s bright start. Whalley caused problems by… Read more →