Date: 9th October 2006 at 10:22pm
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Chester City manager Mark Wright beamed after Friday night’s goalless draw against league leaders Walsall. The former Liverpool and England defender saluted his side’s ‘first class’ achievement as they held the Coca-Cola League Two leaders Walsall to a 0-0 draw on Friday night.

The Saddlers were indebted to a fine late double save from their debutant goalkeeper Bertrand Bossu on a windy night at the Deva Stadium and Wright was disappointed not to have grabbed all three points.

Speaking to the press after the game, he said: ‘We had a lot of the play and we had the best chance when it looked harder to miss than to score.

‘We put a lot of balls across the face of the box but did not get on the end of them which is disappointing.

‘The football we played and the way we went about it was brilliant. You can see why Walsall are top of the league so for us to get a result like that is first class.’