Monday, December 9, 2013
From way back Walsall appear to have had distinctive hardware. About the time the Saddlers were becoming founding members of League Division 4, they kicked into a pair of big square A-frames.
Then, up to the early 1980's it was if Real Madrid had decamped to Fellows Park.
But by the time the European champions of the time Liverpool called in 1982, Walsall had installed Continental D's, which would stay in-situ until they moved stadium in 1990.
To their credit, in the era of the homogenous box-net, Walsall still play between a pair of classic Continental D's to this day.