All posts tagged with: Shaun Whalley

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 →

Spireites Smash Seven Past Sorry Shrewsbury

Chesterfield thrashed Shrewsbury Town 7-1 on Saturday afternoon, in Danny Wilson’s second game in charge. The Spireites got their goals through a hat-trick from Lee Novak, a brace from Jay O’Shea and another brace from the latter’s second half replacement, Rai Simons. Shrewsbury had their moments, and forced a few anxious moments for the home… Read more →

Shrewsbury Town Season Preview

The Football Lab interviewed Shrewsbury Town fan Peter Jones, ahead of the new season. You can follow him on Twitter @THEPeterJones Shrewsbury Town stormed to promotion last season, and finished with a tally of 89 points that would normally have secured the League Two title. Why were you able to bounce back from relegation so… Read more →